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Enjoy Everything That the Berkshires Have to Offer on a Bus Rental in Pittsfield

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Pittsfield is the county seat of Berkshire County and is also its biggest city. The city is the cultural hub of the Berkshires and has been named as one of Farmers Insurance's most secure cities to live in. Check out everything that the city has to offer with a bus rental in Pittsfield.

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Close to 45,000 people call Pittsfield, MA 01201 home. They are the lucky ones because they get to live in a city that has a lot of parks to go to, as well as arts and culture attractions and other things to do. Find out what you are missing out on with a bus rental in Pittsfield and sample life here.

Arts & Culture

Arts. You should go on an Artscape tour. This self-guided tour brings you to all the best art works in the downtown area.

Check out the Berkshire Artisans, an art center that regularly holds art exhibits featuring the best paintings, photographs, sculptures, and fiber art from the best regional and local artists. They also hold free performances, poetry readings, public murals and other events.

The Berkshire Art Association also helps encourage talented artists to pursue their dreams and it hosts regular exhibits.

Other art attractions include:

  • Empty Set Projects
  • Fern Leslie Studio
  • Ferrin Gallery
  • Gallery 25
  • Lichtenstein Center for the Arts
  • NU Arts Studios and Gallery
  • Pittsfield Contemporary Dot Com

Dance. See the Albany Berkshire Ballet, which is a professional company that regularly performs both contemporary and classical dance.

Performance arts and music. Berkshire Lyric Theatre trains people on the finer points of music and regularly puts out performances at different venues in the city and beyond its borders. Then there is the Berkshire Music Hall, which used to be a vintage movie theater that holds varied musical and theater productions.

You should also catch a performance by the Berkshire Opera Company at the Koussevitzky Arts Center, located at the Berkshire Community College. Or go to the South Mountain Concert Hall, which gives you great chamber music performances with its concert series.

Community theater is alive and well in Pittsfield. Town Players, the oldest community theater group in the country, often has performances at Berkshire Community College from October to May.

Other performance arts that you should check out include:

  • Albany Berkshire Ballet
  • Barrington Stage Company
  • Berkshire Music School
  • Cantarella School of Dance
  • CM Dance & Company
  • Colonial Theatre
  • Eagles Band
  • New Stage Performing Arts Center
  • Studio One
  • Terpsichore
  • The Garage

Events and Festivals. There are also a lot of festivals and special events that the city has for its residents and visitors. Third Sundays is the city's free street festival that features activities, musical and dance performances. The event aims to bring more people downtown.

Berkshire International Film Festival showcases the best indie films, documentaries and the world's best movies, and is open for film lovers and film makers. Meanwhile Out in the Berkshires celebrates the city's LGBT community, the Pittsfield City Jazz Festival brings together the best jazz musicians and bands, and the Pittsfield City Hoopla welcomes all crafters and artisans.

Other events you should go to include:

  • Berkshire Anime & Manga Convention
  • Berktoberfest
  • Festival of Sharing Roots
  • Lift Ev'ry Voice
  • Pittsfield Ethnic Fair
  • Pittsfield Grecian Festival
  • Polish Family Picnic
  • The Gather-In
  • Word X Word

Restaurants & Shopping

Pittsfield has a lot of amazing restaurants, cafes and pubs. There are a lot of cuisines from all around the world to choose from.

Check out:

  • Baba Louie's
  • East Side Café
  • Elizabeth's
  • Flavours
  • Kelly's Diner
  • Kim's Dragon Restaurant
  • La Fogata
  • Mission Bar & Tapas
  • On A Roll Café
  • Teo's Hot Dogs
  • The Marketplace Café
  • Trattoria Rustica

As for shopping, the city offers shopaholics great options during the Handmade Holiday Festival, where they can get unique handmade products. Or you could stroll down the Upstreet Cultural District, where you could find local businesses to buy from. There are also fine jewelry shops, antique stores, books and clothing stores all over the city.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Pittsfield Dukes is a baseball team with the New England Collegiate Baseball league. Catch a game at the Wahconah Park, one of the few remaining ballparks in the country that still have a wooden grandstand. Other sports venues you have here are:

  • Berkshire County Softball Complex
  • Catholic Youth Center
  • Gladys Allen Brigham Community Center
  • Pittsfield Boys & Girls Club
  • Pittsfield Family YMCA
  • Taconic High School

If you want to play golf, then you can go to:

  • Berkshire Hills Country Club
  • Country Club of Pittsfield
  • General Electric Athletic Association Golf Club
  • Pontoosuc Lake Country Club

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Pittsfield, Historical Sites & Landmarks

Hancock Shaker Village is a magnificently preserved neighborhood where you could find a round stone barn, a few historic buildings, and a sense of history, back to the time when it was still a Shaker community wherein residents called it the City of Peace. You could also find the biggest collection of Shaker memorabilia and artifacts here.

Or you could check out Arrowhead. Arrowhead is Herman Melville's home, where Moby Dick and his other works were written. You can tour the house, see the gardens and even follow the nature trails. Check out the exhibits as well as buy some remembrances in the museum shop.

Visit the Berkshire Athenaeum and view its collections on local history. You will not only learn more about the history of the city, but also about the prominent individuals that made the city great. There is also an Authors Room where you could see the books and works of famous authors with a connection to the city, and the Melville Memorial Room, where you could find first editions of the author's books.

Another literary giant, Edith Wharton also lived in Pittsfield.

Meanwhile, the Berkshire Museum has top-notch exhibits on ancient civilizations, natural history, and even art. Genealogists, on the other hand, would love the Silvio O. Conte National Records Center.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Pittsfield, Parks & Outdoor Activities

The city has a lot of great parks where you can enjoy the green space as well as do some outdoor activities. For example, go fishing, boating, swimming, or just have a quiet picnic or play at the playgrounds when you visit the 194-acre Burbank Park. Or you could go birdwatching at the Canoe Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary. You do not even have to go far, you can enjoy the fountain, monuments and great views at the Park Square. Further, Springside Park has athletic fields, trails, gardens, softball complex, basketball court, a pond. This is also where you could find the Vincent J. Hebert Arboretum.

Other parks you could go to are:

  • Brattle Brook Park
  • Clapp Park
  • Deming Park
  • Fred Garner River Park
  • Henry V. Marchisio Memorial Park
  • Kirvin Park
  • Osceola Park
  • Pittsfield State Forest
  • Pontoosuc Park
  • South Street Memorial
  • The Common
  • Wild Acres Park

You could also enjoy some water fun at the many lakes and rivers in the city:

  • Canoe Meadows Wildlife Sanctuary
  • Goodrich Pond
  • Onota Lake
  • Pecks Pond

Other Points of Interest

Be sure to attend the Pittsfield Fourth of July Parade if you are in town. USA Today calls it as one of the best parade venues in the united States, with balloons, bands, floats and parades from all over the county.

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