From the North: Brattleboro, Greenfield
Take Route 91 South to exit #20, follow Route 5 to the center of Northampton (Main St.), turn left at the lights, and take the first right before the railroad underpass, onto Strong Ave. We are located on the right side next to the municipal parking lot.

From the South: Chicopee, Holyoke, Springfield, and Hartford
Take Route 91 North to exit #18, Turn left off ramp onto Route #5, follow to the center of Northampton (Main Street), take right at the lights. Take first right before the railroad underpass, onto Strong Ave. We are located on the right side next to the municipal parking lot.

From the West: Westfield, Easthampton, and Southampton
Take Route 10 to the lights on South Street. Turn right at the lights onto Main Street, Academy of Music will be on your right. Go straight through next set of lights, and then take first right before the Railroad underpass, onto Strong Ave. We are located on the right side next to the municipal parking lot.

From the East: Amherst, Belchertown
Take Route 9 to Northampton. Proceed one mile to the Railroad underpass, and take first left after the lights onto Strong Ave. We are located on the right side next to the municipal parking lot.






Local Area
In Northampton, you'll find museums, galleries and art offerings so diverse and so unique that Northampton was dubbed the "Number One Best Small Arts Town in America" by author John Villani. Northampton is a destination for shoppers, browsers and diners. If you're a shopper, you will love the unique nature of the owner-operated shops and galleries, from nationally renowned one of the kind art and crafts, to some of today's most contemporary fashion, from the classical to the whimsical, it's all in downtown Northampton.

Once a quaint New England village, Northampton continues to thrive with its small town charm and big city vibrancy. Downtown Northampton is home to the prestigious Smith College. Northampton is also the center of the Five-College area with Mount Holyoke College, Amherst College, Hampshire College, and the University of Massachusetts all located within 10 miles.

A city of 30,000 people, Northampton is nestled in the foothills of the Berkshires and bordered by the banks of the Connecticut River. Northampton, and the surrounding Pioneer Valley, is a great place to head for a mini or full-blown vacation any time of year. There is something for everyone to do and see and enjoy. New York City, Boston, Hartford, Conn., and the Berkshires are all within driving distance for a day trip, but you won't want to leave after just one day.


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