Valentine’s Day is on the horizon! Looking for romantic inspiration? Ready to pop the question? Norman Rockwell Museum can help!

Whether it’s mistletoe, flowers, jewelry, or high school sweethearts… Rockwell painted it all. Choose the original painting that strikes your own fancy– the rest is up to you!

Photo ©Norman Rockwell Museum. All rights reserved.

Photo ©Norman Rockwell Museum. All rights reserved.

Or make a game of trying to find the artist’s June 11, 1955 Saturday Evening Post cover, Marriage License— it’s one of 323 original cover tear sheets on view, and at ground level (perfect height for dropping to one knee). If you’re more of the outdoors type, take a stroll past Rockwell’s original Stockbridge studio (in Valentine red!), with inspiring views of the Berkshire Hills and Housatonic River. If you keep going, you’ll end up on near the Butler Road bridge, which connects into town and offers a even more private and serene view of the Housatonic.

And don’t forget the Norman Rockwell Museum store, offering plenty of thoughtful and artistic gifts… and beautiful jewelry (believe me guys, it works). Happy Valentine’s Day!


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