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Hancock Attractions & Things To Do

Hancock, Massachusetts Skiing Experience classic New England right here in Hancock, Massachusetts. This Berkshire County vacation destination is just minutes from the area's top cultural attractions and things to do.

Explore the Hancock Shaker Village or ride the trail runs at the Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort. If that's not enough, enjoy relaxing day trips to nearby Berkshire towns and country side as well as Boston, Foxwoods Resort Casino and the Covered Bridge Museum.
Berkshire Hills Country Club At Hancock, MassachusettsBerkshire Hills Country Club
Pittsfield, MA is home to the Berkshire Hills Country Club. Golfers can test their golf skills on the well-groomed 18-hole course, while enjoying views of the scenic rolling hills of the Berkshires. The country club also boasts a large swimming pool, onsite restaurant and clubhouse perfect for special occasions and social events.
500 Benedict Rd,
Pittsfield, MA

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Berkshire Museum At Hancock, MassachusettsBerkshire Museum
The Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield was founded in 1903 and features a rich collection of paintings, sculptures, ancient artifacts, fossils and jewelry. The museum's permanent exhibits educate the public about the world of the arts, natural sciences and ancient civilizations.
39 South St,
Pittsfield, MA

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Book The Berkshire Mountains Tee Times on GolfNow.com
The picturesque scenery of the Berkshires allows for spectacular golfing. Set within rugged mountains, freckled with streams and heavy tree cover, these fairways offer a pleasant challenge. With a dozen area courses to choose from, you certainly won't be lacking in choice.
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Clark Art Institute At Hancock, MassachusettsClark Art Institute
Head to Williamstown, MA and explore the world of Italian, Dutch and Flemish art at the Clark Art Institute. The collection includes paintings, drawings, porcelain, silver, prints and other works by 14th to 19th century famous and lesser known artists.
225 South St,
Williamstown, MA

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Covered Bridge Museum At Hancock, MassachusettsCovered Bridge Museum
The Covered Bridge Museum is located on Route 9 at Gypsy Lane in Bennington, Vermont. Here, visitors will learn how covered bridges are made, discover replica models of Vermont's covered bridges and catch a film documentary that tells mores about these beautiful structures.
44 Gypsy Ln,
Bennington, VT

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