Called “a glistening community gem” by Virginia Small, author of the book Great Gardens of the Berkshires, the Garden’s mission is to fulfill the community’s need for information, education and inspiration concerning the art and science of gardening and the preservation of our environment. Our public display gardens are open May to mid-October. Both functional and ornamental, they are among the oldest in the US and have been expanded over the years in breadth and variety through a series of bequests and major gifts. Our collections emphasize plants that are indigenous to or thrive in the Berkshires.
From the East: Take Mass Pike (I-90) west to Exit 2 in Lee. Follow Rt. 102 to Stockbridge then two miles west to the flashing light at Rt. 183. The Garden’s main entrance is the second driveway on the left past the intersection.
From the West: Take New York State Thruway (I-90) east, get off at exit B-3, the last exit before entering Massachusetts. Go south on Rt. 22 for 0.8 miles to Rt. 102. Turn left. Follow Rt.102 for 5.9 miles to BBG entrance on right.
5 West Stockbridge Road , PO Box 826
Stockbridge, MA 01262
Open 9:00am to 5:00pm
May 1st to Columbus Day
Open 9am – 4pm
Monday-Friday, all year
|Seniors (65 AND OVER)||$12|
|Children under 12||Free|
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