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The Berkshires: Cultural and Historical Attractions in Western Massachusetts Appeal to Group Tours

Give the gift of knowledge to your next group tour.From the study window of his farmhouse in the Berkshires, Herman Melville enjoyed a view of Mount Greylock. At 3,941 feet, Greylock is the highest point in Massachusetts. Its whale-like shape is said to have inspired his writing of Moby-Dick, one of the many works Melville penned while he and his large family lived at Arrowhead Farm from 1850 to 1863. Read more about cultural and historical must-sees in the Berkshires on page 60 >>