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Top Things to Do in Northfield, Massachusetts


Because we're located in an area with so many colleges and universities and rich natural assets, there are always plenty of things to do. While you're here, plan to visit tourist towns like Brattleboro, Vermont and college towns like Keene, New Hampshire, and Northampton and Amherst, Massachusetts. Shop or enjoy outdoor recreational activities in rural gems like Deerfield, and the Mohawk Trail towns of Shelburne Falls and Charlemont -- all a short drive. Hiking the hills like the popular Mount Monadnock outside Peterborough, New Hampshire, and arts events in The Berkshires of Massachusetts, keep our guests busy exploring the heart of New England as soon as they unpack their bags.
Amherst History Museum/Strong House
Amherst History Museum/Strong House
The Amherst History Museum/Strong House was opened in 1916. The visitors take a tour of the town's colonial in the past through the industrial age.
Emily Dickinson Museum
Emily Dickinson Museum
The Emily Dickinson Museum combined two historic houses in Amherst. The Museum was the birthplace and home of the poet Emily Dickinson.
Great Falls Discovery Center
Great Falls Discovery Center
Inside the main building of the Great Falls Discovery Center, there are walkthrough dioramas of plants, animals, and landscapes. As well as a timeline of how the impacts of humans have affected the habitat.
Memorial Hall Museum
Memorial Hall Museum
The Memorial Hall Museum is a nonprofit, membership-based cultural and historical organization. The museum collects, preserves and exhibits.
Museum of Our Industrial Heritage
Museum of Our Industrial Heritage
The museum has a mission to celebrate our heritage. They were founded by a local resident Leon Weeks and incorporated in 1998.
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting, preserving and celebrating basketball for both men and women.
New England Trail
New England Trail
There are plenty of trails to hike on the New England Trail with over 17,000 miles of trails to enjoy. Enjoy the great outdoors and hiking.
Southwestern New Hampshire Covered Bridges
Southwestern New Hampshire Covered Bridges
The Southwestern New Hampshire Covered Bridges are exactly what they sound like they are covered bridges and a few of them have some cool history. The cresson covered bridge was constructed prior to 1771 and has been reconstructed since then.
Springfield Museums
Springfield Museums
The Springfield Museums is an amazing Dr. Seuss museum and sculpture garden all under the same single admission. The earliest museum collections were originally housed in a room of city hall.
Yiddish Book Center
Yiddish Book Center
The Yiddish Book Center is a collection of both Yiddish and Jewish literature as well as culture. It is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 1980.
Historic Deerfield
Historic Deerfield
Deerfield is a real authentic 18th-century New England Village, Historic Deerfield was founded in 1952. It is an outdoor museum that interprets history and culture.
Northfield Mountain
Northfield Mountain
25 miles of groomed trails and Connecticut River park for year round fun.
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