Where is Pittsfield, Massachusetts?
The area described here includes the county of Berkshire with the towns of Pittsfield and Great Barrington. It is located in the Western part of Massachusetts.
What County is Pittsfield?
Pittsfield was founded in 1752 and became a city in 1761. In the vicinity shakers established Hancock Shaker Village. Great Barrington is known as a Summer Resort and ski resort. North Adams is home to the largest collection of Contemporary Art in New England. In Wiliamstown, the traveling works of Renoir, Degas, Monet and Toulouse-Lautrec can be admired.
Albany NY 50 km, New York City NY 208 km
in Massachusetts: Springfield
in Connecticut: Litchfield
in New York: Albany, Poughkeepsie
in Vermont: Brattleboro
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