Great Barrington (14 min) | Lee (10 min) | Lenox (11 min) | North Adams & Williamstown (60/53 min) | Pittsfield (26min) 

*Average drive times from Stockbridge to other town centers

Famous For...

• Well-preserved downtown

• Historic inns, gardens and estates

• Museums honoring local world-class artists

• Trails along the Housatonic River corridor

• Theater and lecture series

About Stockbridge

Originally named Wnahktakook, the Mohican word for great meadow, Stockbridge is also a place of great natural beauty. Nestled in the majestic Berkshire Hills, outdoor enthusiasts are close to skiing, hiking and other recreational pursuits. See for yourself why this village was and is divinely inspiring to so many. Experience a bit of Americana in Stockbridge. Stockbridge was Norman Rockwell's long-time residence and home of what he called his "best studio yet," now memorialized by the Norman Rockwell Museum which has on display the world's largest collection of his original art. Rockwell immortalized Stockbridge's picturesque Main Street in his famous painting, Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas. The town is also home to Chesterwood, home of Daniel Chester French, sculptor of the Lincoln Memorial. The legacy of Main Street and Stockbridge lives on, as this quaint New England village remains largely unchanged, rich in history and ever-glowing with small town warmth and hospitality.

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