Western Massachusetts

Hampshire County

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Ready to explore Hampshire County? Fair warning: you might want to move here after you visit (many people do).

With 20 towns to visit in Hampshire County, you’ve got choices a’plenty – from the bustling downtowns of Northampton, Easthampton, and Amherst to the rolling hills and pastures of Williamsburg, Goshen, and Hadley. Enjoy bike trails or beer trails, family outings or flirty evenings, antiquing or extreme adventures.

It’s not all about looks, but did we mention that it’s gorgeous here? The winding Connecticut River, the dazzling fall foliage, the bucolic hill towns and green valley farms – we’ve got views that will break your camera.

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Jones Library

43 Amity Street Amherst, MA 01002

(413) 259-3090


Amherst Ballet

29 Strong Street Amherst, MA 01002

(413) 549-1555


Paragon Arts Gallery

150 Pleasant Street Easthampton, MA 01027


Cottage Street Studios

One Cottage Street Easthampton, MA 01027

(413) 527-2090


Bishops Lounge

41 Strong Avenue Northampton, MA 01060

(413) 586-8900


Amherst History Museum at the Strong House

67 Amity Street Amherst, MA 01002

(413) 256-0678


Art Alive

35 S. Pleasant Street Amherst, MA 01002

(413) 222-5366


Bicycle World

104 Federal Street Greenfield, MA 01301

(413) 774-3701


Mill River Recreation Area

95 Montague Road Amherst, MA 01002


Canal Bowling Lanes

74 College Hwy. Southampton, MA 01073

(413) 527-3492


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Learn more about Hampshire County’s LGBT community — The Out Side of Massachusetts.

The Five Colleges


Discover Hampshire County’s rich history as a renowned center of higher education.

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50 Great Ideas for Under $50 in Massachusetts for couples and families.

Hotel Spotlight


The historic Lord Jeffery Inn has been a treasured landmark in Hampshire County since 1926.

Restaurant Spotlight


The Eastside Grill: A little New England, a little New Orleans. Serving dinner seven nights a week.

The Prehistoric Side of Massachusetts

Dinosaur Tracks | South Hadley
Photo by Lynne Graves