Great Barrington (22 min) | Lee (8 min) | North Adams & Williamstown (45-55 min) | Pittsfield (15 min) | Stockbridge (10 min)

*Average drive times from Lenox to other town centers

Famous For...

• Historic New England Architecture

• Galleries and boutiques

• Scenic landscapes, trails and parks

• Wellness resorts and world-class performing arts venues

• Idyllic lakes for water sports

About Lenox

Tucked in a scenic corner of the lush Southern Berkshires, the charming hamlet of Lenox is perhaps best known for being the former residence of literary legend Edith Wharton. Today, the downtown area is vibrant with unique shops, galleries and restaurants housed in renovated buildings along tree-lined avenues. Visitors enjoy touring the town's many historical and architectural landmarks, including the Berkshire Cottages, the Cloyd House & Blacksmith Shop, the Church on the Hill and more. The town is home to Kripalu, Tanglewood and many other eminent national attractions. It is also very beautiful with no shortage of outdoor recreation opportunities such as the Stockbridge Bowl (Lake Mahkeenac) or the hiking trails over by Olivia’s Overlook.

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