Culture

Culture

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, largely unchanged since Civil War veterans met there.

(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.

(888) 401-5022

Explore Adams History Interpretive Signs

A walking tour of five interpretive signs telling the story of the social and economic growth of Adams.

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Quaker Meeting
House

The East Hoosac Quaker Meetinghouse is the most historically important building in in Adams. The Quakers were one of the first pioneering groups to settle in Adams. The meetinghouse’s construction dates to the early 1780s.

Open by appointment only – text to:

(413) 329-2898

Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum

The Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum preserves the birthplace and raises 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 and other social of the 19th century.

(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.

(413) 743-8358

Galleries & Studios

Mendel Stained Glass Art Studio

We hold beginning and advanced stained glass classes and sell glass and supplies.

(413) 841-3329

North County Creates

Custom Framing services and Art & Collectibles Gallery.

(413) 841-2543

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Gallery and Studios of George LeMaitre and Patricia Fietta.

(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!

(413) 486-4133

Real Eyes Gallery

Real Eyes Gallery has two large rooms filled with amazing art and gift items made by regional artists.
 
By appointment, please call

917-440-2400

Public Art

Art on the Trail

Local artists, Patricia Fietta, George LeMaitre, Franz Gonzalas, John D. Maziarz and Bill Riley created and installed art viewable from the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail.

Susan B. Anthony Statue

Created by sculptor, Brian Hanlon and installed in 2020 in honor of 200th anniversary of the birth of Susan B. Anthony in Adams and the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution granting women the right to vote. 

William McKinley Statue

Created in 1903 by Augustus Lukeman, known for his Lincoln Memorial. McKinley made two visits to Adams presidency. He was honored by Adams for his trade policies which contributed greatly to the growth of manufacturing in Adams.