Lenox Lee Stockbridge West Stockbridge Pittsfield Williamstown North Adams Becket Monterey Great Barrington Housatonic Egremont Sheffield Tryingham New Marborough
Stockbridge West Stockbridge Lenox Lee Pittsfield Williamstown North Adams Becket Monterey Great Barrington Housatonic Egremont Sheffield New Marborogh Tryingham HOME
Stockbridge, a lovely village located in the Berkshire hills of western Massachusetts, is peacefully situated in a beautiful interval between the mountains and the Housatonic River. The town has grown from an Indian mission to a quiet village with the most famous Main Street in America as painted by Norman Rockwell. It never changes. The Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge houses the world's largest collection of his Saturday Evening Post covers. Today, in the face of rapid change and development, people look nostalgically to a way of life that is rapidly disappearing and that's what's so great about Stockbridge. Still, there's plenty to do and see in and around Stockbridge.
This unique shop has everything Sophisticated & Comfortable! Great Clothing, Jewelry, Scarves, Bags, Lingerie, Shoes, Soaps & Lotions, Cards & Books & Lots More Fun Finds! On Elm Street www.vladaboutique.com
Country Curtains At The Red Lion Inn
A charming shop filled with a delightful selection of curtains, bedding, pillows & gifts in the Red Lion Inn.
Elm Street Market
Old-fashioned lunch counter, deli and butcher shop. Fresh produce, groceries, beer, wine and sundries. On Elm Street http://www.elmstreetmarket.com/
Neijames Wine Celler
Great Wine selection, spirits, deli. On Elm Street. http://www.nejaimeswine.com/
The World famous Red Lion Inn. Established as a stage coach stop in 1773 and rebuilt in 1897, this is one of the few remaining American inns in continuous use since the 18th century. On Main Street. http://www.redlioninn.com/
FOOD & DRINK
The Lion's Den pub, located downstairs at The Red Lion Inn. Live Entertainment Seven Nights a Week and Never a Cover Charge!
Red Lion Inn has contemporary cuisine that is rooted in the region's history. Emphasizing natural flavors and the use of fresh, local ingredients. Inside the Red Lion Inn on Main Street.
Elm Street Market for the best breakfast around. On Elm Street.