- The list below includes 69 free or cheap things to do in or near Lenox, Massachusetts, including 92 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, Historic Homes, Nature & Wildlife Areas and Hiking Trails.
- From First Lenox Library to Kennedy Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lenox and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Pittsfield, Great Barrington, Williamstown and Lee.
The Mount Edith Wharton's Home Springfield, MA MoreLess Info
Embark on this majestic tour of Wharton’s humanitarian efforts, life, literary legacy, and much more
Constructed in 1815 in the Greek-revival architectural style, the Lenox Library today functions as a reference center with its extensive collection of books on a variety of topics, in addition to the numerous cassettes and videos that make up the music section.
Kennedy Park is a park known for its multiple hiking and mountain biking trails of various difficulty levels. Attractions include hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, picnicking, and cross country skiing.
Located along the slopes of Lenox Mountains, Pleasant Valley Sanctuary comprises of many acres of forest, wetlands, meadows and brooks with numerous walking and hiking trails which weave through the sanctuary's hummingbird garden, hemlock gorge and much more.
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472 W Mountain Road, Lenox, MA 01240 MoreLess Info
Featuring over 1,000 acres of protected land, the Mass Audubon Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary is a preserve popular among nature lovers. Visitors commonly enjoy hiking through the sanctuary, viewing the native plants and wildlife that call the location home.
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104 Walker Street, Lenox, MA 01240 MoreLess Info
Housed within an 1893 Jacobean Revival-style mansion, Ventfort Hall Mansion & Gilded Age Museum is a historical museum. The museum features several exhibits, including a collection of antique portraits, goblets, silver, and linens.
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92 Hawthorne Street, Lenox, MA 01240 MoreLess Info
Art enthusiasts love visit the Frelinghuysen Morris House & Studio in Lenox, Massachusetts. Now a museum, the house was the former residence of two American abstract artists. Most of the museum's collections are cubist and abstract works.