The Mount, Edith Wharton's Home
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Acres of beautiful manicured lawns. Porch lunches at the mansion. breath taking views.
The grounds are beautiful and free jazz on Friday and Saturday evenings in the summer.
The Mount was the home of Edith Wharton, the first woman to be awarded the Pulitzer Price. She was a renowned entertainer and her home and spectacular gardens are a prime example of what life was like during the Gilded Age.
One of the Bershire's most famous houses from the Gilded Age. Not to be missed if you are a fan of Edith Wharton or enjoy hisrtoric homes and gardens. The Mount is a 20 minute drive away in Lenox.
The home of author Edith Wharton is now a museum and cultural institution offering garden and house tours, a literary circle, and ghost tours on Friday nights.
Edith Wharton's homestead. Live music events, house tours, GHOST tours, gorgeous grounds & art installations.
Grand home and gardens, designed by Edith Wharton. Great place to walk and take in the ambience.
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“Museum housing over 300 original pieces of art work by the famous artist Norman Rockwell. He designed the cover for "The Saturday Evening Post" and is know for creating "The Four Freedoms" and many other iconic sketches of Americana.”
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“A recent historic rennovation-- very true to the origional designs. You really get a sense of what Cottage Living in the Berkshires was like.”
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“Listen to the Boston Symphony under the stars in their beautiful summer home. Or hear some more contemporary music as well. Go to bso.org to view the schedule.”
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“Just a short drive to this theater in Lenox, Ma. Check theater on line for performances and schedule.”
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