Visiting Williamstown . . . 

Williamstown is a fantastic place to live, work, and play. We're happy you are planning to visit. Whether you're staying for only a day or perhaps longer you will find that there's much to do in our community. See the links below for helpful  tourism information from our partner organizations. Thank you for visiting us! 

​General Information
​Destination Williamstown
​A community events calendar with extensive information about happenings in Williamstown and throughout Northern Berkshire.
Williamstown Chamber of Commerce
​The Williamstown Chamber of Commerce has great information about what is available through our local business community.
Berkshire Visitors Bureau
The Berkshire's tourism information website. Information about Williamstown and the rest Berkshire County has to offer. 

Williamstown Attractions

Clark Art Institute
A superb and renowned art museum famous for its permanent collection and special exhibitions. 
Williams College
One of the finest liberal arts colleges in the nation, Williams offers many events that are open to the public year round. 
Williams College Museum of Art
Williams College's teaching museum, offering excellent permanent collection and special exhibitions. Recently named one of the finest college art museums in the country. Free and open to the public year round.
Williamstown Theater Festival 
On the campus of Williams College, the Williamstown Theater Festival offers groundbreaking theater in July and August. 
Williamstown Rural Lands Foundation
In many ways, Williamstown is a community of trails. Visit Rural Land's website to learn more about special places to hike in our community. There are trails for all ages and ability levels. They can also be visited at the Sheep Hill Visitor's Center just south of town on Route 7.
Williamstown Historical Museum
Williamstown’s history center with resources for research and an impressive collection and a well designed interpretive exhibit about the history of Williamstown. The Museum is located in the heart of historic South Williamstown next to the Store at Five Corners.