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 for p...  Read more...

Posted on July 10, 2019

Upcoming Exhibitions in the Berkshires

There’s a lot on view at Berkshire art museums and galleries in 2019! As we slide into the high season, highlights include new exhibitions featuring the works of Renoir, Janet Cardiff, Annie Lennox,...  Read more...

Posted on June 4, 2019

Explore the Berkshires’ New Flavors

The Berkshires have long been on the map as a destination for food lovers. Combining a long agricultural history, unique perspectives on classic cuisine, and farm-to-table authenticity, culinary excel...  Read more...

Posted on May 30, 2019

Summer Comes Alive

By Nancy Macy Come embrace the beauty and vibrancy of high season in the Berkshires, where outdoor fun and the performing arts are the main attraction, and unique shopping, great food and drink, an...  Read more...

Posted on May 7, 2019

Get Outdoors

By Darcie Sosa If you've spent the last few months hiding from the snow and cold indoors, now is the time to get back outside! Embrace the blooming flora and warmer weather, and take advantage of a...  Read more...

Posted on May 6, 2019

Celebrate in Style

By Nancy Macy Looking for the ideal venue for your wedding or special event? Treat yourself and your guests to an unforgettable experience by hosting your celebration at an historic site or m...  Read more...

Posted on April 10, 2019