June 14 through September 7, 2003
Galleries open daily, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Adults $10 (includes admission to permanent collection)
Free to children age 18 and under and students with I.D.
Advance tickets not necessary
To plan a group visit, please contact the Education Department at 413-458-0563, or e-mail
The Education Department.
Group visits must be arranged at least three weeks in advance.
Admission is $8 per person for groups of 20 or more visiting Monday through Friday. Weekend tickets are $10 per person.
Two complimentary tickets are supplied for each group.
One-hour gallery talks highlighting the permanent collection are available for groups. Guides for adult groups are $50 per
guide (limit 25 people per guide).
There are no indoor facilities for group meals, but box lunches are available by advance order. Groups are encouraged to
reserve covered outdoor space for lunch or picnic on the Clark's expansive lawns in good weather.
Buses should enter the Clark grounds through the service entrance. Passengers will disembark at the West Entrance, and bus
parking is available on-site.
Generous support from our members, the Friends of the Clark, helps ensure the Clark's ability to extend
its vibrant public and research programs to a large audience. Members participate more fully in various museum activities
and receive a range of exciting benefits, including unlimited free admission to our exciting summer shows, in addition to
the permanent collection. For more information, see our
The Clark restaurant is open from June 14 through September 7th, offering elegant table service between 11:00 am
and 2:30 pm daily. À la carte prepared sandwiches, salads, pastries, coffee, and drinks are also available anytime during
gallery hours (until one-half hour before closing) to enjoy indoors or al fresco on our beautiful grounds. Patrons and
Friends of the Clark receive a fifteen percent discount.
The food service is provided by CulinArt, Inc. of Lake Success, N.Y.
The Clark is located on South Street, one-half mile south of the junction of Routes 2 and 7 in the center
of Williamstown. The Clark is about three hours by car from Boston and New York City and about one hour from Lenox,
Massachusetts, and Albany, New York. The Mohawk Trail (Route 2) provides scenic approaches from the east and west.
Nearby Albany International Airport is served by major airlines. The Albany-Rensselaer train station hosts frequent Amtrak
service from New York City. Visitors may take a taxi to Williamstown or arrange for limousine service in advance. Bus service
to Williamstown is also available from New York, Boston, and other New England cities.
Click here for driving directions.
The Clark's Museum Shop offers an encyclopedic selection of more than 2,000 fine art and art history books for
readers of all ages and inclinations, as well as an extensive selection of fine art reproductions, publications, and other
merchandise based on the museum's permanent collection and special exhibitions.
Selected items are available through our online store,
including merchandise featuring works in the exhibition Turner: The Late Seascapes. If you do not find a particular
item, call 413-458-0520, or e-mail The Museum Shop. We carry many more
items than are listed on our website.
Please visit the Museum Shop during your visit to the Clark. The shop is open during gallery hours.