The Berkshire Museum is a not-for-profit institution whose mission is to bring people together for experiences that spark creativity and innovative thinking by making inspiring educational connections among art, history and natural science.
The Berkshire Museum is located in downtown Pittsfield in the heart of the culturally rich Berkshires of Western Massachusetts. This historic building, completed in 1903, features fourteen galleries, an aquarium, a 250 seat theater with state- of-the-art digital broadcasting capabilities and two classrooms, all of which are available for special events and meetings.
The Museum’s Ellen Crane Memorial Room, the only Art Deco special events space in Berkshire County and the Museum’s premier event space, may be reserved for your most special occasions.
The opportunity to rent the Museum’s facilities for a special event is a privilege accorded to upper level members, corporate members and group members in appreciation for their support of Museum’s programs. Current Museum members at the $250 level and above are eligible to rent the Museum’s facilities ($100 not-for-profit rate).
Please direct further inquiries to:
Special Events Coordinator
39 South Street
Pittsfield, MA 01201
413 443 7171 ext. 37
Click here to read the rest of the Museum Rental Program Policy.
Click here to download the Museum Rental Program Policy as a .pdf file.
Click here to download the facility rental application.