- The list below includes 106 free or cheap things to do in or near Deerfield, Massachusetts, including 79 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Historic Homes, Hiking Trails and Art Museum.
- From Pocumtuck Ridge to Frary House, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Deerfield and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Amherst, Brattleboro, Holyoke and Northampton.
Combining the founder's two passions, art and Judaism, Lenox Judaica is a collection and gallery of Jewish inspired artwork and many ceremonial items. Some available items include candles, art, Ellis Island dolls, dreidels, and gifts for Bar and Bat Mitzvahs.
Showcasing the paintings of various artists, Good Purpose Gallery offers fine art for its visitors to view and purchase. The gallery has a special program where part of its exhibits feature work from young adults with autism.
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.
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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West St & Richmond Mountain Rd, Lenox, MA 01262 MoreLess Info
Dedicated to health and wellness through yoga practice, the Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health is located in Lenox, Massachusetts. Its beautiful Berkshires location fosters a sense of health, fitness, flexibility and positivity for all visitors.
Established in 1791, Hancock Shaker Village operates as a local muesem preserving the history and culture of the Shakers religious sect. The village grounds comprise of a herb garden, Shaker Farm and other original buildings that house the history and craft exhibits.