Rev. Adonijah Bidwell House Museum, Monterey

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
5/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web
The Bidwell House Museum, set in the Berkshire hills of Western Massachusetts, is an elegant Georgian saltbox originally built circa 1750 as a parsonage. Authentically restored, filled with antiques and surrounded by 192 acres of beautiful grounds and hiking trails, the museum tells the story of the early settlement of the Berkshires. The museum is open Thursday through Monday between 11 am and 4 pm from Memorial Day to Columbus Day, with tours on the hour.
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  • Got there on October 1. Museum was closed (not correctly annotated on website of The Trustees). There was a private tour, and they graciously allowed us to join them. The guide (who has been giving to...  read more »
  • If you are interested in early American homes and history this is worth the trip. The guided tour is excellent. Full of facts about the house and the Bidwell family that brings the house to life. You ...  read more »
  • This house and the entire property is well worth the time for a visit while in the Berkshires! "Ella," our hostess, was very professional while courteous and very knowledgeable of her task. Ella shoul...  read more »
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