Tourism works for Western Mass!
A vibrant tourism economy makes this region a great place to visit and an even better place to live! Share Your Story with us and we’ll share it with our local legislative delegation. Let your elected officials know that tourism works for you!
Tourism is the Third Largest Industry in Western Mass.
Tourism Provides Over 3,000 Jobs in Hampden County Alone.
Visitors Paid Over $46 MILLION in State & Local Taxes.
Tourism-related Taxes Fund our Roads, Schools & Infrastructure.
Western Mass Activities
Art and Culture
Western Mass Events
The Springfield Museums present Heroes in Healthcare: Celebrating Springfield’s Medical Community at the Wood Museum of Springfield History, on display through January 24, 2021. This exhibit traces the history of healthcare in Springfield and highlights some of its many heroes. From the Civil War ...September 5 - October 11
LAST DAYS for these exhibits….. Liza Donnelly: Comic Relief In the first-ever retrospective exhibition of Liza Donnelly’s work, visitors can explore her hand-drawn lines that are a means of examining the way we live our lives, finding common ground, launching political movements, or calling ...September 8 - September 27
Chance Encounters – Mixed Media Constructions by Shawn Farley; August 15, 2020–March 7. Voices of Resilience: The Intersection of Women on the Move; Extended to January 3, 2021. Hall of Heroes Extended to January 3, 2021. Voices of Resilience: The Intersection of Women on the Move; through J...September 11 - October 4
Open through Columbus Day! Munn’s Ferry in Northfield is a small camping area for boaters and paddlers only, and is only accessible by boat. Tent sites are $22/night and the Adirondack shelter is $30/night. Potable water is not available on site and reservations are required. To book at site, ...September 14 - September 27