1 Atwood Dr., Northampton, MA, US, 01060

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  • Arts & Museums

    »Alfredo's Gallery of Fine Art Photography

    Alfredo's exhibits beautiful photographic art from various artists.

    6 Crafts Avenue
    Northampton, Massachusetts 01060

    »Historic Northampton Museum & Education Center

    A museum of local history and a large collection of historic objects. The museum campus consists of three historic houses all on their original sites.

    46 Bridge Street
    Northampton, Massachusetts 01060

    »Smith College Museum of Art

    The Smith College Museum of Art features four floors of numerous works in all mediums. Paintings, drawings, photography, and ancient artifacts are all well represented, and don't miss out on the 43 foot mural Nature and the Artist: The Work of Art and the Observer by well known Mexican painter Rufino Tamayo. The Smith College Museum of Art also hosts special exhibitions as well as special events such as gallery and artists talks. Admission is free the second Friday of the month.

    Elm Street at Bedford Terrace
    Northampton, MA 01063

    »Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

    The Mount Holyoke College Art Museum is a teaching museum with approximately 12,000 items in its permanent collection. Especially worth noting are the Asian art collection, 19th and 20th century European and American paintings and sculpture, Ancient art collections such as Egyptian, Roman and Greek, early Italian Renaissance paintings and Medieval sculpture. Special exhibits often mirror these strong collections as well and in the past such exhibitions have included "Manet, Millet, Picasso and More: New Acquisitions and Loans", "Excavating Egypt: Great Discoveries from the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology" and "Petals and Plumage: A Collection of Indian Textiles".

    Lower Lake Road
    South Hadley, MA 1075

    »Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art

    One of the region's great authors of children's books is Eric Carle, author and artist of the beloved classic Caterpillar. The three galleries of the museum are dedicated to picture book art and children's books. The Eric Carle Museum is a great place to introduce children to art via their favorite picture and storybooks.

    125 West Bay Road
    Amherst, MA 01002

    »Hampshire College Art Gallery

    The Hampshire College Art Gallery exhibits works ranging from traditional media such as painting and sculpture, to installations and performance pieces. With works by graduate students, faculty, local artists and even some national and international artists, the Art Gallery helps support the teaching function of Hampshire College. The Art Gallery also hosts talks by artists and scholars from time to time.

    893 West Street
    Amherst, MA 1002

    »Children's Museum at Holyoke

    "The Children's Museum at Holyoke provides participatory exhibits and educational programs that invite the interaction of children and adults to promote enjoyable learning and self-discover in the arts, sciences, and the world around them."

    444 Dwight Street
    Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040

    »Volleyball Hall of Fame

    Located in the birthplace of volleyball, Holyoke, the Volleyball Hall of Fame stands as a "living memorial" to the sport of volleyball and those players, coaches and other people who have truly excelled at the highest level in this sport. Since 1985 the hall of fame has inducted over 50 members and enjoys sponsorships from such organizations as USA Volleyball, the Brazilian Volleyball Confederation, and the Japanese Volleyball Association.

    444 Dwight Street
    Holyoke, MA 01040

    »Wistariahurst Museum

    Built in 1848, Wistariahurst Museum is a historic museum which offers a glimpse of the lives of William Skinner's two generations whose home this was till 1959. From the interior works to the art collections and manuscripts, everything takes you back to a different era. The museum also hosts various events, concerts, workshops and more to promote Holyoke's rich culture and history. The beautiful gardens and grounds are open daily but the museum is only for three days a week.

    238 Cabot Street
    Holyoke, MA 01040

    »Mead Art Museum

    The Mead Art Museum, located just east of Amherst College's Main Quadrangle, houses over 16,000 works of art from all over the world. From Rubens to Monet, the Mead Art Museum features major works by major artists, as well as such works as West African sculptures and Japanese woodblock prints. The Mead is open for the public to visit and admission is always free.

    41 Quadrangle Drive
    Amherst, MA 01002

    »Amherst History Museum at the Strong House

    Maintained by the Amherst Historical Society, the Amherst History Museum in the 1750 Strong House "takes visitors on a journey from the town's colonial past, through its industrial age and into the computer-driven present." The period rooms of the Amherst History Museum are filled with decorative arts, paintings, household implements, agricultural tools and more, including pewter plates, blue and white Staffordshire china, an 18th century grandfather clock and a Victorian calling card holder. Rotating exhibits, special programming, and educational tours are offered throughout the year.

    67 Amity Street
    Amherst, Massachusetts 01002

    »Emily Dickinson Museum: The Homestead & The Evergreens

    Come visit the birthplace of one of America's best-loved authors, Emily Dickinson, who was born here in December 1830. The famed poet spent most of her life here composing over 1800 poems. The property consists of two different residences that are open to the public; The Evergreens, home to Emily's brother Austin and The Homestead, where she lived and her impressive collection of poems were found after her death. Visitors can see the house through special guided and audio tours.

    280 Main Street
    Amherst, MA 01002
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