VISIT

HOURS

Norman Rockwell Museum
is Open 7 days a week year-round

November – April: open daily:
Weekdays: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Weekends and holidays: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

May – October and holidays:
open daily: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

School Vacation Weeks:
February 20-24, 2017 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
April 17-21, 2017 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Holiday Closings
The Museum is Closed:

  •    Thanksgiving Day
  •    Christmas Day
  •    New Year's Day

Rockwell's Studio open May – Nov. 13th (2016)

ADMISSION

Members: FREE
Adults: $18.00
Seniors (65+): $17.00
Veterans: $16.00
College students with ID: $10.00
Children/teens 6 — 18: $6.00
Children 5 and under FREE:

Museums for All
Free admission with SNAP/EBT Card for up to 4 members per card. LEARN MORE

Blue Star Families
Active Military / Blue Star Program
Free admission with ID. LEARN MORE

DIRECTIONS

Norman Rockwell Museum
9 Glendale Road / Route 183
Stockbridge, MA 01262
413-298-4100

Download a Printable version of Driving Directions (acrobat PDF).

Important note: Many GPS and online maps do not accurately place Norman Rockwell Museum*. Please use the directions provided here and this map image for reference. Google Maps & Directions are correct! http://maps.google.com/

* Please help us inform the mapping service companies that incorrectly locate the Museum; let your GPS or online provider know and/or advise our Visitor Services office which source provided faulty directions.

Route 7 runs north to south through the Berkshires. Follow Route 7 South to Stockbridge. Turn right onto Route 102 West and follow through Main Street Stockbridge. Shortly after going through town, you will veer to the right to stay on Route 102 West for approximately 1.8 miles. At the flashing light, make a left onto Route 183 South and the Museum entrance is 0.6 miles down on the left.
Route 7 runs north to south through the Berkshires. Follow Route 7 North into Stockbridge. Turn left onto Route 102 West at the stop sign next to The Red Lion Inn. Shortly after you make the left turn, you will veer to the right to stay on Route 102 West for approximately 1.8 miles. At the flashing light, make a left onto Route 183 South and the Museum entrance is 0.6 miles down on the left.
Boston (two-and-a-half hours) or Springfield (one hour):
Take the Ma ssachusetts Turnpike (I-90) West, getting off at exit 2 – Lee. At the light at the end of the ramp turn left onto Route 20 East and then immediately turn right onto Route 102 West. Follow Route 102 West into Stockbridge Center (about five miles). Continue going west on Route 102 (Main St.). Shortly after going through town, you will veer to the right to stay on Route 102 West for approximately 1.8 miles. At the flashing light, make a left onto Route 183 South and the Museum entrance is 0.6 miles down on the left.
from Albany and west: (one hour) Take I-90 east to exit B3 – Route 22. Go south on New York Route 22 to Massachusetts Route 102 East. Stay on Route 102 East through West Stockbridge. Continue on Route 102 East approximately 5.5 miles until you come to a blinking light at the intersection of Route 183. Make a right at the blinking light onto Route 183 South and the Museum entrance is 0.6 miles down on the left.
(two-and-a-half hours) Take either the New York State Thruway or the Taconic State Parkway to I-90 East. Follow I-90 East to exit B3 – Route 22. Go south on New York Route 22 to Massachusetts Route 102 East. Stay on Route 102 East through West Stockbridge. Continue on Route 102 East approximately 5.5 miles until you come to a blinking light at the intersection of Route 183. Make a right at the blinking light onto Route 183 South and the Museum entrance is 0.6 miles down on the left.
(one-and-a-half hours) Take I-91 North to the Massachusetts Turnpike. Take the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) West, getting off at exit 2 – Lee. At the light at the end of the ramp turn left onto Route 20 East and then immediately turn right onto Route 102 West. Follow Route 102 West into Stockbridge Center (about five miles). Continue going west on Route 102 (Main St.). Shortly after going through town, you will veer to the right to stay on Route 102 West for approximately 1.8 miles. At the flashing light, make a left onto Route 183 South and the Museum entrance is 0.6 miles down on the left.
(five minutes)
Go west on Route 102 (Main St.). Shortly after going through town, you will veer to the right to stay on Route 102 West for approximately 1.8 miles. At the flashing light, make a left onto Route 183 South and the Museum entrance is 0.6 miles down on the left.

MUSEUMS FOR ALL

Museums for AllMuseums for All is a cooperative initiative between the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM) and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to offer a signature access program that encourages families of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum habits.

ACTIVE MILITARY / BLUE STAR PROGRAM

Blue Star ProgramThe Norman Rockwell Museum is proud to offer free admission programs to active military and their family.

  • Active U.S. Military welcomed with free admission to the museum year-round.  Valid military I.D. required.
  • Active U.S. military and immediate family receive complimentary free admission to the museum between Memorial Day and Labor Day.  Valid military I.D. required.

AT THE MUSEUM

Parking

Parking is FREE. Bus and van parking is available at the Museum in a separate lot. Accessible parking is available. The main Museum building and Rockwell's Studio are wheelchair accessible.

For directions to the Museum, click here or call 413-298-4100.

Photography

Non-flash photography is permitted at the Museum unless otherwise specified; see Visitor Services for information.

Personal Items

For the safeguarding of our treasured artworks, selfie sticks, backpacks, backpack child carriers, or large packages are not permitted into the galleries; lockers are available for your convenience.

Service Animals

Norman Rockwell Museum welcomes Service Dogs as recognized by the ADA and the State of Massachusetts. Therapy animals are not recognized by the ADA or State of Massachusetts, and therefore not permitted in the Museum.

Gallery Talks

Make the most of your visit with an orientation talk! Let our expert gallery guides introduce you to the art and life of Norman Rockwell and the special highlights of our collection.
Offered at 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Free with Museum admission

Museum Store

The Museum Store is open daily during Museum hours.

Shop Now… or call 800.742.9450.
Discounts for members.

Terrace Café

The Terrace Cafe is currently closed

It is open seasonally, Friday, May 23 to Sunday October 23, 2016

Enjoy casual patio dining on our covered terrace with scenic vistas of the campus and Rockwell’s Studio. Fresh New England cuisine, prepared daily, is available a la carte and self serve.
Pre-order Picnic Lunches here… View the Menu or View the Terrace Cafe Ingredients Email cafecontact@nrm.org or call 413.931.2225

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