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Housed on a restored 19th century factory campus, MASS MoCA is the largest center for contemporary visual and performing arts in the country. Open year round with full schedule of live events, changing exhibitions and Sol LeWitt Wall Drawing...more
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We could have spent the entire day in the Sol Lewitt building. It is three floors showing his progression over his career. They say that you really need a week to see the entire museum and I can believe it. We will return when we...More
Whether the genre of more modern and out there art work is someone's cup of tea or not (I personally prefer it to more traditional fussy old museum), place is great. The architecture of museum is worth visit alone, v cool to see all the...More
We "do" MOCA about every two years, when we come back to inhale the Berkshires. Quite regularly, there is a new exhibit, or there is some gallery space that we have not yet fully examined. There is always a combination of positive surprise, engagement, quirkiness...More
This was our first time here and we will need to return. One day is just not enough to see all there is to see plus your ticket is good for two days which we didn’t know. The place is huge, lots of walking. We...More
We loved the building, a great variety of exhibits. My husband kept going back to a passageway that had speakers hidden and played various voices. Loved the pallets, musical instruments, we could have spent hours more there
Start your day early! They have more than one parking lot. But, if you get there early, you can park in the closest parking lot. There is a lot to look at. A lot of walking. Wear comfortable shoes! Also, if you are planning on...More
One of the most fun things we did while driving through New England. Even if you aren’t a huge fan of contemporary art, you should consider going. The buildings are as interesting as the art. Don’t miss the restrooms under the gift shop in the...More
The museum is contained in a number of old connected mill buildings. It is a large space with large contemporary art gallery areas; each area is focused on very large pieces with each room dedicated to a unique artist. My wife who is an artist...More
My wife and I a not big fans of contemporary art but we decided to visit because it a major attraction in the area. The museum is contained in a number of old connected mill buildings. It is a LARGE space. Many of installations require...More
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We have stayed at the Porches in North Adams and it was great. Another time we stayed at the Holiday Inn in North Adams because the Porches was booked. It was a great location (like Porches), less expensive, but not as... More
We have stayed at the Porches in North Adams and it was great. Another time we stayed at the Holiday Inn in North Adams because the Porches was booked. It was a great location (like Porches), less expensive, but not as special. I would recommend both!