Bidwell House Museum

  • Museums & Historic Homes
100 Art School Road
Monterey, MA 01245
(413) 528-6888
Hours:
11 to 4 Thursday through Monday, Memorial Day to Columbus Day. Tours on the hour. Grounds open daily

About Us

The Bidwell House Museum, set in the Berkshire hills of Western Massachusetts, is an elegant Georgian saltbox originally built circa 1760 as a parsonage. Later used as a farm and private home, it has read more
  • About

    The Bidwell House Museum, set in the Berkshire hills of Western Massachusetts, is an elegant Georgian saltbox originally built circa 1760 as a parsonage. Later used as a farm and private home, it has been authentically restored, filled with antiques and is surrounded by 192 acres of beautiful grounds and hiking trails. The museum tells the story of the early settlement of the Berkshires through guided museum tours and community events

  • Highlights

    • 1760's homestead on 192 Acres
    • 18th and 19th-century furnishings
    • Flower and heirloom vegetable gardens
    • Hiking trails, stone walls, fields and forests
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  • Directions

    Rt. 23 to center of Monterey. Turn on Tyringham Rd, 1.5 miles. Left on Art School Rd, 1 mile; From Pike Exit 2: left on 20, right on 102, left on Tyringham Rd, 5.6 miles, right on Monterey Rd to sign