Six Flags New England
1623 Main Street, Route 159, 01101
New England's largest theme and water park! Home of eight super
roller coasters including the Superman-Ride of Steel, ranked
the "#1 rollercoaster on the planet," and Batman-The
Dark Knight. Batman Thrill Spectacular. Looney tunes Movie Town.
Emily Dickinson House
280 Main Street
National Yiddish Book Center
1021 West Street, Route 116
World's only museum devoted exclusively to Yiddish literature
and culture. Theater, gardens, English-language bookstore. Open
year 'round, Sunday-Friday, 10:00am-3:30pm. Closed Saturday,
legal and Jewish holidays. Fully accessible. Docents on-hand.
Admission free. 413-256-4900
J. A. Skinner State Park
Route 47 Hadley MA
J. A. Skinner State Park is a 390-acre park that is situated
on the top of Mount Holyoke. The summit of Holyoke reveals the
Connecticut River Valley, and is accessible by road from April
to November and by hiking trails year-round. An historic hotel
is set atop Mount Holyoke as well, and tours and programs are
offered for visitors during peak summer periods.
Tel: 413 586-0350
Bridge of Flowers/Glacial Potholes
South of Route 2
Converted trolley bridge spanning the Deerfield River contains
a unique walkway flanked by flora from spring through fall.
Downstream from the bridge are more than 50 potholes ground
out of granite during the Glacial Ages.
The Candlemaking Museum at Yankee Candle
Routes 5 & 10, 01373
Watch authentically dressed chandlers bring history to life
using early 19th-century processes and materials to hand craft
beeswax and real bayberry wax candles. Open daily, 9:30am-6:00pm.
Free admission. Exit 24 off I-91. 413-665-2929 or toll free