Known as the "Village Beautiful" Williamstown is surrounded by mountains, farmlands and hiking trails. And while I didn't have enough time there I am looking forward to visiting again in the fall when all the leaves start to change.
|What I Wore: Dress: Walter Baker If Chic c/o, Shoes: Macys Backstage c/o, Bag Chelsea Crossbody GiGi New York c/o|
What to do:
1. The Clark
The Clark was established by Francine and Sterling Clark in 1950 to house their private collection of artwork. It was then opened to the public in 1955 and has become one of the most respected art museums in the world.
2. Summer nights in Williamstown light up with Broadway and Hollywood luminaries performing live at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. From mid-June through August, over 240 dazzling performances take place in the regions most sophisticated summer theatre.
3. Among its wealth of natural treasures is the Hopkins Memorial Forest, the Taconic Trail State Park, Field Farm, and Bullock Forest. During summer months, a rich diversity of wildflowers bloom in the meadows, pastures and woodlands. Bluebirds, songbirds and brilliantly colored butterflies complete the landscape.
**information taken from See the Berkshires: Williamstown**