Things To Do in Williamstown, MA
Williamstown, Massachusetts is a quintessential New England college town nestled in the beautiful Berkshires. Williamstown was recently named a cultural district and is home to Williams College, the Williamstown Theatre Festival and The Clark Art Institute.
Spring Street is the heart of town and home to restaurants, shops and a cinema. The Williams Inn is 10 minute walk to Spring Street. We are proud to be part of the Williamstown, MA community. For more information on local attractions in the area, visit Destination Williamstown. Among the town’s attractions are:
This Tony-Award-winning theatre festival takes place in July and August each year.
This newly-reopened art museum and center for research and higher education is best known for an extraordinary collection of French Impressionist paintings.
Stone Hill Trail
Take in spectacular views of Williamstown and the Green Mountains of Vermont to the north from this scenic walking trail.
Find restaurants, culture and shopping just a 10 minute walk from the Inn.
The center of campus is located just east of The Williams Inn.
Widely considered one of the finest college art museums in the country.
The Haystack Monument marks the founding of an American missionary movement.
On the Williams College campus, Hopkins is the oldest extant observatory in the United States.
Williams College Chapin Library of Rare Books
The only place outside the National Archives to publicly display original printings of our nation’s four founding documents.