Looking for directions to our train ride in North Adams? Visit the Hoosac Valley Service web site!
This new excursion operates on four miles of restored and upgraded track between Adams and North Adams, Massachusetts. The narrated fifty-minute round trip ride on our historic 1955 Budd RDC will highlight the industrial history along the line and allow viewing of the beautiful fall foliage in the Hoosac and Greylock mountain ranges.
Our museum isocated in the heart of the scenic Berkshire Hills!
Our museum is open and trains operate Saturdays, Sundays and Federal Holidays only, May-October and Special Events through December.
The Berkshire Scenic Railway Museum is a short trip from most cities in New England. We’re only 45 miles from Albany, 75 miles from Hartford, 95 miles from Brattleboro, 130 miles from Boston, 120 miles from suburban New York and Rhode Island, and about 140 miles from Nashua. Spend a day or a weekend in the scenic Berkshire Hills, and visit our nearby attractions.
Physical Address: 10 Willow Creek Road, Lenox, MA 01240
From the Massachusetts Turnpike Exit 2 (Lee):
Take Route 20 west 4.5 miles (through downtown Lee) to the Housatonic Street traffic light in Lenox. Make a right hand turn onto Housatonic Street and follow the directions “From Historic Downtown Lenox.”
From Pittsfield and Points North:
Travel south on Routes 7 & 20 to the Housatonic Street traffic light in Lenox. Make a left hand turn onto Housatonic Street and follow the directions “From Historic Downtown Lenox.”
From the Red Lion Inn and Points South:
Take Route 7 north 6.3 miles to the Housatonic Street traffic light in Lenox. Make a right hand turn onto Housatonic Street and follow the directions “From Historic Downtown Lenox.”
From Historic Downtown Lenox:
Travel east on Housatonic Street for 1 mile and cross Routes 7&20. Continue east on Housatonic Street for another 1.5 miles. Follow the red and white directional signs that say “Train Rides.” At the end of Housatonic Street, turn left onto Willow Creek Rd. and go about 100 yards. Make a right hand turn at the Museum, marked by a railroad crossing sign.
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Museum open Saturdays, Sundays and Federal Holidays only.
Call us at 413-637-2210 for more information.