The Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, MA, is a museum of art, history, and natural science that offers a wide variety of exhibitions, activities, and programming for everyone from early learners to lifelong learners in downtown Pittsfield and online.
Enter a World of Art, Science & History at the Berkshire Museum
Founded in 1903 by Zenas Crane, the Berkshire Museum is a premier institution featuring objects from virtually every continent, from fine art and sculpture to natural science specimens and ancient artifacts. Their mission is to bring people together for experiences that spark creativity and innovative thinking. Indeed, they are a museum where everyone, from toddlers to adults, can play, explore, learn, engage, and be inspired.
The museum is currently open for private visits by reservation 5 days per week. Visit their website to learn more.
Enjoy a Diverse Selection of Events & Programs Online
Tour 3D exhibitions, uncover unique stories from the museum's collection, try hands-on experiments, and more with the new Berkshire Museum@Home series of free online content. Check it out today at explore.berkshiremuseum.org.