Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I have to purchase admission tickets in advance for special exhibitions?
A: No. General admission tickets include all permanent and special exhibitions on view. Admission tickets are valid for two consecutive days.
Q: How do I order tickets for events?
A:  Purchase online, at the admissions desk, or by calling the box office at 413 458 0524.
Q: Should I bring my children to the Clark?
A: Yes! The Clark welcomes children of all ages. The Education Department offers a family gallery guide for special summer exhibitions, and sketch pads are also available during the school year. A limited number of strollers are available at no charge for children old enough to sit up unaided. Personal strollers are also welcome in the galleries.
Q: Are those Clark cows in the pasture?
A: The cows on Stone Hill belong to a local farmer, not the Clark, but are a favorite sight for visitors of all ages!

Q: Where can I eat at the Clark?
A: Dining is available at Café 7 in the lower level of the Clark Center (10 am–4 pm). Seasonal al fresco dining is available at the Stone Hill Café (12–3 pm). Click here for more information. 
Q: Is the Clark accessible for visitors with disabilities?
A: Yes, all of the Clark's buildings and parking areas are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The Clark's shuttle bus is also ADA-compliant. For further assistance, contact Visitor Services at 413 458 2303.

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About the Berkshires

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