Display Gardens & Visitor Center
9 am – 5 pm daily. May 1st through Columbus Day.
Accessibility: Berkshire Botanical Garden’s 15 acres are generally wheelchair friendly with gravel paths through many parts of the Garden in addition to manicured lawns throughout many other areas. The terrain is variable and some gardens are only accessible by stone steps, although these areas are viewable from multiple points. Seating is available throughout the Garden.
Visiting information: Access and admission to the Garden is obtained through the Visitor Center, which also offers snacks, cold beverages, as well as gifts, garden-related items and souvenirs. While the Garden often has farm animals on site during our Farm in the Garden Camp, BBG is a public garden and dogs are not permitted on the grounds (with the exception of registered service animals). We welcome and encourage visitors to take their time at the Garden–there are tables and benches throughout the property for picnics, and trash/recycling stations at the Education Center, Visitor Center, and near the Center House. Please note that the Center House is undergoing a renovation in 2017 and will not be accessible for most of the season. Surrounding gardens will be accessible.
Guided Public Tours
We offer free, guided public tours (free with admission and to members) daily, except Sundays. Tours meet at the Visitor Center at 11am and are offered June 12 – September 2.
9 am – 4:30 pm Mon – Fri
BBG offers half price admission every Tuesday in 2017!
To contact the main office, call 413.298.3926 or email inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org