Williamstown is a town in Berkshire County, in the northwest corner of Massachusetts, United States. It shares a border with Vermont to the north and New York to the west. It is part of the Pittsfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 7,754 at the 2010 census. A college town, it is home to Williams College, the Clark Art Institute and the Tony-awarded Williamstown Theatre Festival, which runs every July and August.
Restaurants in Williamstown
5.0 based on 22 reviews
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...friends will ask Where’d You Get That? Michelle and Ken st Where’d You Get That? put so much thought into everything they put into their shop that you’ll want to buy gifts for all occasions for everyone on your list. There is so much more than terrific things for children. True you’ll find all sorts of gifts for the little ones but also for adults of all ages. Games, books, crafts, cards and candy are all at Where’d You Get That? Journals, pens, and decorative items as well. At gift giving time You won’t need to shop anywhere else. Visit the store - they gift wrap too !
4.5 based on 125 reviews
Lots of great little shops on Spring Street after you visit the college. Many good restaurants too. There is a museum within walking distance - so much to do in such a small town.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
From a pair of Modernist houses nestled against a hillside, you'll admire Mount Greylock rising across the valley. Follow trails past fields and marsh and wander through manicured gardens graced by sculptures.
Many people know this as s stylish, mid-century modern B&B, but it's also wonderful for moderate hiking. It has several miles of trails, and the variety distinguishes it. Roughly a third are in and around wetlands; a third are around beautiful, very large hay fields and meadows; and a third in uplands. Because of the grasses, be sure to have tick repellant, and in July or August, go early or late in the day since it gets hot in the sun.
4.0 based on 14 reviews
Straddling the Massachusetts/Vermont border, this inviting mix of forest and field, wetland and wildflower meadow, draws both novice hikers and serious naturalists.
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