The Mount, Edith Wharton’s Home

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  • 2 Plunkett Street
    Lenox, MA 01240
    (413) 551-5111

Experience the Gilded Age! Daily house/gardens tours, special events. Pay once; visit often! Admission valid for 7 days, kids free. Open May – October. 

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Private: Berkshire Sampler for Groups

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