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The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
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Today 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
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225 South St Williamstown, MA 01267
225 South StreetUSMassachusettsWilliamstown01267
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Today 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute is art museum and research center, and has outstanding collections of European and American art set in an intimate setting of profound natural beauty.
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Museum set on 140 lush acres & showcasing 19th-century American & European paintings, silver & more.- Google
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Lucas Jones
2 weeks ago
A most amazing and enchanting museum.
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Matt Quan
6 months ago
The Clark Art Institute is a gem of a museum near the Berkshires. Though the museum isn't as large as others in major cities, it has great temporary exhibits throughout the year and many impressive permanent ones as well. The museum grounds are also very beautiful and during the warmer months are fun to walk around on. This museum is a must see if you're in the area and is well worth the admission fee to support it.
A Google User
4 years ago
One of the best. Lucky to have it in The Berkshires.
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John Tobin
a year ago
After seeing the construction of the new center last summer and reading articles about the completed project, I looked forward to visiting last Saturday. I was not disappointed. The new Clark Center and the reopened Museum are strikingly beautiful and the artwork is shown well. My only observations are that you approach the large doors in the Center and concourse to the Museum without knowing how they open so you are left to guess if you should pull or push them open. It was somewhat awkward. On a more substantive note, the open area and reflecting pool seem to want to serve as a public square yet the space is so minimalist and the relation of the buildings, pool and landscape so beautiful that I almost felt like an interloper. Without necessarily introducing food trucks or the like, some additional seating or tables with the white umbrellas spread around the space (near the Museum building and the Manton Center) might soften the space and pull the buildings together. Finally I wish more had been done to bring the Manton Center into the conversation of the Center and Museum around the reflecting pool and outdoor area. It stands as a solid block of a building off to the side. A few strategically placed trees might soften its blank walls but somehow it should feel included in the wonderful outside space. A great experience and worth the visit.
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A Google User
5 years ago
I've been visiting the Clark Art Institute for over 20 years and have seen it grow and evolve. I am never disappointed! It's an east drive, park and walk for anyone intimidated by a trip to the city. So there is no excuse not to go.
A Google User
4 years ago
good stop on the way to Mass MOCA.
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