The Berkshires Blog

Where History and Heritage Abound

First named in 1761 by Sir Francis Bernard, colonial governor of Massachusetts, the Berkshire region is rich in history and heritage. The region’s historic homes, gardens, and museums—open to grou...  Read more...

Posted on October 18, 2019

A Perfect Coach Driving Tour

The Berkshires has been beloved for centuries and is known for its incredible scenic beauty, Gilded Age mansions, picturesque towns, farm-to-table dining, and culture that abounds from North to South....  Read more...

Posted on October 18, 2019

Gather the Girls and Get Away

If your idea of a girls’ weekend includes world-class galleries and museums, sidewalk cafes, brewpubs, craft cocktails, one-of-a-kind shops, and outdoorsy fun, then a visit to the Berkshires could b...  Read more...

Posted on October 8, 2019

#LiveBRK: the jobs thing

More than any time in recent years, the Berkshire economy is humming along, with area businesses expanding their efforts and offerings. This progress requires new staff, meaning quality positions with...  Read more...

Posted on September 5, 2019

Great Outdoor Adventures

  Ready for an adventure? Grab your outdoor gear and pack a picnic, the Berkshires have everything you need to satisfy a yearning for fresh air, scenic views, and a heart-pounding adrenali...  Read more...

Posted on August 5, 2019

Shopping From North to South

There’s always so much to explore in the Berkshires, especially during the warmer months, and those looking for a great day of shopping can find both unique and locally owned stores throughout t...  Read more...

Posted on July 31, 2019

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