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Adams Free Library & Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Hall
The Adams Free Library is a contemporary full service lending library located in an architecturally stunning historic building. The library also houses The Grand Army of the Republic Memorial Hall. Originally built to be a meeting place for the Civil War veterans. The hall remains in its original condition with the chairs once occupied by Civil War veterans. Today the G.A.R. Memorial Hall serves as the location for special events and programs. It may be viewed by signing in at the main desk and taking a brochure that serves as a self-guided tour.
92 Park St.
(413) 743-8345

Adams Theater
Adams Theater is under development to become a multi-functional performing arts center. It will provide a new stage for artists and cultural entrepreneurs to collaborate and to expand the creative economy in Berkshire County.
27 Park St.
(888) 401-5022

Explore Adams History Interpretive Signs 
A walking tour.
8 Park St.
92 Park St.
3 Hoosac St.
4 Hoosac St.
Victory Park

Olga C. Sommer Center for Music & Art
39 Commercial St.
(413) 743-9301

Quaker Meeting House
The East Hoosac Quaker Meetinghouse is an historic Quaker meeting house. in Adams. The meetinghouse's construction dates to the early 1780s. Open by appointment only - text to (413) 329-2898
74 Valley St.

Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum
The Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum, Inc. is dedicated to preserving the birthplace and raising public awareness of the wide-ranging legacy of the great social reformer, Susan B. Anthony, who was a pioneering feminist and suffragist as well as a noteworthy figure in the abolitionist, opposition to Restellism (opposition to abortion), and temperance movements of the 19th century.
67 East Rd.
(413) 743-7121

Thunderbolt Ski Museum
A collection of memorabilia and ephemera related to Mt. Greylock's Thunderbolt Ski Run, the 10th Mountain Division, and the 107th Co. of the Civilian Conservation Corps. Free admission. Located in the Adams Visitor Center.
3 Hoosac St.
(413) 743-8358

Galleries & Studios

We suggest calling before visiting to see if they are open.

Mendel Stained Glass Art Studio
We hold beginning and advanced stained glass classes and sell glass and supplies.
1 East Hoosac St.
(413) 841-3329

North County Creates
Custom Framing, Art & Collectibles Gallery in scenic Adams, Massachusetts. Open 10 to 3 Wednesday thru Sunday.
3 East Hoosac St.
(413) 841-2543

Project #13.5
Gallery and Studios of George LeMaitre and Patricia Fietta.
13.5 Grove St.
(775) 527-6143

Rapoza Center for the Arts
We are an arts education center in Adams, Massachusetts nestled in the picturesque Berkshire Mountains. Explore our variety of creative courses and workshops for children, teens, and adults!
4 Liberty St.
(413) 486-4133

Real Eyes Gallery
Amazing art and gift items by regional artists.
71 Park St.
(413) 776-7531

Public Art

Art on the Trail
Various locations along the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail:
Crows Local – Patricia Fietta, 13.5 Grove St.
Bone – George LeMaitre, 13.5 Grove St.
Grove on Grove – Franz Gonzalas, 13.5 Grove St.
New England Icon Mt. Trilogy #1 – John D. Maziarz, 3 Hoosac St.
Town of Adams 1882 Historic Mural – Pat Fietta & George LeMaitre, 4 Hoosac St.
Mountain Pool – Bill Riley, Adams Water Treatment Plant,  273 Columbia St.

Untitled Mural
13 Columbia St. - Elizabeth Bushey

Susan B. Anthony Statue
Town Common, Center St. – Brian Hamlin, 2020

William McKinley Statue
92 Park St. – Augustus Lukeman, 1903

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