How To Get To Lenox:

For more than a hundred years, scenic beauty and great summer and fall weather have attracted people to the Lenox area. And, the close proximity to the great cities of the Northeast make this area easy to get to.

Lenox is less than 140 miles from both New York City and Boston. Located ten minutes north of the Massachusetts Turnpike (Interstate 90), Lenox can be reached from the Boston area in about 2 1/2 hours, and from the New York metropolitan area in about 3 hours.

Two close-by airports offer scheduled service on major airlines: the Albany, New York airport is less than an hour away; the Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Connecticut is about 1 1/2 hours away. Private planes may land at the Pittsfield Municipal Airport of Great Barrington Airport.

Bus

Two interestate bus lines serve Lenox: Bonanza (1-800-556-3815) and Peter Pan (1-800-343-9999).

Train

Boston – Albany Amtrak lines stop in Pittsield, MA (10 miles from Lenox)
New York – Albany Amtrak trains stop in Hudson, NY (45 miles from Lenox)
New York – Wassaic Metro North (40 miles from Lenox)

Boston – Albany Amtrak lines stop in Pittsield, MA (10 miles from Lenox)
New York – Albany Amtrak trains stop in Hudson, NY (45 miles from Lenox)
New York – Wassaic Metro North (40 miles from Lenox)

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