Getting Here

By bus: Local buses operated by the BRTA service the Clark six days a week on the Route 3 line between Williamstown and North Adams. On Wednesday evenings between June 19–September 25, 2024, BRTA buses will provide extended service between the Clark and North Adams. Bus fare on the Route 3 line is free from 7:45 pm to 9:20 on these evenings. The complimentary bus fare is generously provided by Adams Community Bank and Allen & Company. Plan your journey from other locations in the Berkshires here.

Regional buses (through Peter Pan) are available to Williamstown from New York, Boston, and New England cities. 

By plane: Albany International Airport in Albany, New York, about an hour away by car, is served by major airlines. Alternatively, Bradley International Airport is about two hours away in Hartford, Connecticut. Car and taxi services are available at each airport to complete the trip to Williamstown.

By train: Amtrak train service runs between Pennsylvania Station in New York City and the Albany-Rensselaer train station year-round. Seasonal summer service is also available between Pennsylvania Station/New York and Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Amtrak also provides daily train service between Boston's South Station and Pittsfield, Massachusetts.

By taxi/limo: Visitors arriving in the Albany area may call a taxi or arrange for limousine service to Willamstown.


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Please be aware, Uber and Lyft services are extremely limited in Berkshire County.


There is ample, free parking on the Clark campus. There are accessible parking spaces in all parking lots. 


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 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.

For more information about accessibility at the Clark, please click here.

guide on bloomberg connects

The Clark's new digital guide allows visitors to explore our collections and grounds to help you prepare for a visit, to navigate while you’re here, or to simply to learn and explore. 

Download the free Bloomberg Connects app to your mobile device, direct from the Google Play or App Store, and then select the Clark's guide to get started.

Loaner tablets are also available at the Admissions desk. Free with admission. Please bring your own earphones to use in the galleries.

To learn more about the app, click here.


Café 7, a casual restaurant located on the lower level of the Clark Center, is open Tuesday through Friday from 10 am to 3 pm and Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 4 pm. 

A seasonal summer grill in the Manton Research Center courtyard offers casual barbecue fare daily in July and August (weather permitting), 10 am to 4 pm.

Visitors may bring or purchase a picnic to enjoy outside. Please bring a blanket as outdoor seating is currently limited.


Located in the Clark Center, the Museum Store showcases a carefully curated selection of contemporary design objects, home decor, and jewelry. It also includes a robust collection of art books, historical volumes, children's books, and exhibition catalogues published by the Clark. Click here to access the online store.

The Museum Store is open Tuesday through Sunday, 10 am–5 pm. Open daily in July and August, 10 am–5 pm.

For our littlest visitors

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

Williamstown is located in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts, home to numerous cultural institutions including Tanglewood, Jacob’s Pillow, and Williamstown Theatre Festival

For more information on Williamstown, visit Destination Williamstown and the Williamstown Chamber of Commerce

For more information on the Berkshires, visit the Berkshire Visitors Bureau.

For more information on outdoor activities, visit Berkshires Outside.