Beginning in April, the front entry to Norman Rockwell Museum will be undergoing improvements thanks to support from the Jane & Jack Fitzpatrick Trust and The Feigenbaum Foundation. Designed by Okerstrom Lang, the refreshed entrance features a new granite terrace, with engineered water management, heating controls for snow and ice, additional benches, and a more gradual sloped path from the sidewalk.
During the construction phase (April through mid-May), visitors will be re-routed through an alternate entrance located on the ground floor of the Museum, via a path across from the Accessible parking area. Directional signs will be posted. Visitor, bus, and handicap parking areas will remain available.
Upon entering the building; signs will guide guests to the upper level lobby and Admissions desk, via stairs or elevator. The alternate entry is fully accessible by wheelchairs and strollers.
For further questions or assistance, please contact our Visitor Services team at 413-931-2221, or Questions@nrm.org
The Museum is tremendously grateful to the generous contributions from:
Jane & Jack Fitzpatrick Trust
The Feigenbaum Foundation
Numerous Berkshire area contractors are engaged with this project:
Broadwell Carpentry, Inc
Okerstrom Lang, ltd
Adams Trucking Company