- Our list of the best things to do in Stratton Mountain, Vermont, features the top 94 nearby activities — including 45 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Stratton Mountain, VT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
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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.
Named after a Native American trail, Mohawk Trail State Forest is home to multiple old growth areas, gorges and mountain ridges in addition to many rivers and streams. It thus, serves as a habitat for diverse animal species including bobcats, bears and more.
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Rumored to be haunted, the picturesque and historic Blackinton Mansion (North Adams Public Library) is a fully functioning public library located in the restored Blackinton Mansion. The library hosts a variety of special events for the public.
Located within Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, MCLA Gallery 51 displays a variety of artwork, from sculpture to paintings. On average, the gallery hosts 10 different exhibits a year, with the gallery operated by students.
North Adams Cinema Corp is an eight theater movie multiplex that screens primarily first run Hollywood movies in all digital video and sound. The theater offers discount matinees, and runs promotions and specials.
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.
Spectacular views await hikers on the 1.6 mile Pine Cobble Trail. The trail has Cheshire quartzite cliffs that overlook Northern Berkshire County and is especially gorgeous in the fall, with unbeatable foliage.
Windsor Lake Park is a small park encompassing Windsor Lake. Those interested in water sports and activities may enjoy Windor Lake as a place to swim (with lifeguards,) boat, and fish. The park also maintains a playground and campground.