- Our list of the best things to do in Williamstown, Massachusetts, features the top 118 nearby activities — including 68 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Williamstown, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 14 things to do within the city of Williamstown, MA , followed by 105 popular activities in nearby cities, including Pittsfield, Troy, North Adams, Lenox, Wilmington, Bennington, Charlemont, Shelburne Falls, Arlington and Dover
Billsville House Concerts embraces non-traditional music venues with intimate settings aimed at creating an innovative and personal concert experience for audiences and musicians. Live performances in barns and art galleries provide audiences with quality exposure and treats musicians well.
Featuring 30 wooden lanes, Greylock Bowl & Golf offers open and league bowling with automatic scoring and a pro shop. The facility also provides golf simulators, pool tables and dart boards along with a bar and grill.
The 19th century MASS MoCA is a restored factory campus that covers 13 acres and hosts a number of ever-changing, dynamic art exhibitions. Unique for it's upside-down trees display situated along the outdoor corridor, the galleries also offer screenplay cinema.
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Mass Museum of Contemporary Art is a large museum that rotates a number of exhibitions featuring sculptures, paintings, and other mediums. Besides installations it also hosts events such as concerts and film festivals.
A 2500 square foot space dedicated to showcasing the works of contemporary artists, Independent Arts Projects hosts works by artists who are established in their careers. The gallery also hosts frequent lectures by artists and special events.
Historical Western Gateway Heritage State Park is a former railroad yard turned urban park. Artifacts, audio-visual presentation and restored buildings combine to offer visitors an engineering exhibit of the 19th century Hoosac Tunnel.