Introduction to North Adams, Massachusetts
North Adams, Massachusetts is 33 miles E of Albany, New York and 107 miles W of Boston, Massachusetts. It is in Berkshire county. The city is part of the Pittsfield metro area. The population of North Adams is 14,681.
North Adams History
The original inhabitants of North Adams settled in this area in 1737. The city was officially recognized in 1878. North Adams is named after Samuel Adams, the famous leader and patriot who participated in the American Revolution and signed on the Declaration of Independence.
North Adams and nearby Attractions
- Hardman Industrial Park
- North Adams Public Library
- North Adams City Hall
- North Adams Center
- Houghton Memorial Building
- Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art
Things To Do In North Adams
The city offers a wide range of entertainment and amusement facilities. One can visit the Historic Valley Park, Cascade Park, Church Street Historic District, Normal School Historic and the Heritage Park. You can also pay a visit to the Massacusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. The museum hosts interesting events and cultural activities.
North Adams Transportation
Barnes Municipal is the nearest Airport.
North Adams Higher Education
Williams College offers higher education close.