Norman Rockwell Museum
Stockbridge, MA 01262
There’s something special about viewing Rockwell’s iconic images of American life in the idyllic little town where many of them were created. But it’s not all Rockwell all the time. Temporary exhibitions delve into all facets of illustration, from comic books and cartoons to animation. This summer’s Edward Hopper exhibit balances Rockwell’s sunny view with Hopper’s more sober vision. Voted Best Illustration.
Experience the world’s largest and most significant collection of original Rockwell art. The Museum’s highlights include selections from Rockwell’s 322 Saturday Evening Post covers, the famous Four Freedoms collection, and the nostalgic Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas. A center devoted to the art of illustration, the Museum also exhibits the works of contemporary and past masters. Open year-round. Rockwell’s original Stockbridge studio and Terrace Cafe, located on-site, are open May through October. Kids and teens free!
Norman Rockwell Museum is the quintessential New England experience! Explore the world’s largest and most significant collection of original Rockwell art. Highlights include Rockwell’s 322 Saturday Evening Post covers, the famous Four Freedoms, Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas, and the best in the field of American illustration. Always something new to see! Ideal for all ages. Rockwell’s Studio and Terrace Cafe, open seasonally, Museum open year-round. A must-see Berkshire destination!
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