By train: Amtrak train service runs between New York City and the Albany-Rensselaer train station.
Café 7, a casual restaurant located on the lower level of the Clark Center, is open daily, 10 am to 4 pm. Seating capacity is temporarily reduced.
Visitors may bring or purchase a picnic to enjoy outside. Please bring a blanket as outdoor seating is currently limited.
The Stone Hill Café at the Lunder Center is temporarily closed.
There is ample, free parking on the Clark campus.
All buildings and public areas, including all galleries, are fully accessible and comply with American with Disabilities (ADA) standards. Wheelchairs are available to guests on a first come, first served basis. Assistive listening devices are available for events held in the auditorium.
The Clark has specialized vehicles available to assist visitors with physical disabilities in touring Ground/work, our first outdoor exhibition, and in accessing other areas of the campus. Please contact our Visitor Services team at [email protected], or call 413 458 2303 to make arrangements for your visit.
Children’s strollers are permitted throughout the museum. A limited number of strollers are available for use free of charge on a first come, first served basis. Diaper-changing stations are available in restrooms located in the Clark Center and the Museum building.
The Berkshires offers a multitude of cultural experiences. For more information on arts and culture as well as lodging and dining in the Berkshires, contact the Berkshire Visitors Bureau, Destination Williamstown, or the Williamstown Chamber of Commerce.
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