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Hours & Directions

In case of severe weather, please call to be sure the Library is open: (413) 298-5501.

Photo by Todd Norwood. Design by Centerline Architects.

Tuesday9am – 8pm
Wednesday9am – 5pm
Thursday9am – 5pm
Friday9am – 8pm
Saturday9am – 2pm

The Procter Museum & Archives 
of Stockbridge History

The Museum & Archives is open to the public!

On occasion we may have to deviate from our posted hours due to staff availability, so if you are making a special trip to visit us, or wish to conduct research in the archives, please contact the Library ahead of time to verify that the curatorial staff will be able to assist you:

Museum & Archives Hours

Friday1pm- 5pm
Saturday9am – 2pm

Holiday Closings

  • New Year’s Day
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • Presidents’ Day
  • Patriots’ Day
  • Memorial Day
  • Juneteenth
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Indigenous Peoples’ Day
  • Veterans Day
  • Thanksgiving Eve: 9am – 12pm
  • Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Eve: 9am – 12pm
  • Christmas
  • New Year’s Eve: 9am – 12pm


The Stockbridge Library is located on the corner of Main and Elm Streets in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Parking is available on Main and Elm Streets, as well as in the municipal parking lot located at 50 Main Street. The main entrance faces Main Street; the back entry, off Elm Street, is fully accessible. There is accessible parking on Elm Street immediately next to the sidewalk leading to the back entry.

Getting to the Library

From the North, take Route 7 South into Stockbridge. At the stop sign (by the fire station), turn right, and drive about half a block. The library is at the corner, immediately past the intersection of Elm Street, on your left.

From the South, take Route 7 North into Stockbridge,  turn right at the Red Lion Inn. The library is one block East on Main Street at the intersection with Elm.

From the East, take Route 102 West into Stockbridge. Route 7 merges with Route 102 just past the Berkshire Theatre Festival. The library is about half a block farther, on your left.

From the West, take Route 102 East, turning left onto Main Street at the stop sign opposite the Congregational Church. Go straight, through the intersection of Main Street and Route 7, past the Red Lion Inn. The library is one block east on Main Street at the intersection with Elm Street.

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