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Shelburne Falls Potholes

The "Glacial Potholes" began to form after the last glacier age when the Deerfield River first started to flow over these rocks, about 14,000 years ago. The formation of these river-eroded features thanks to the great glacial lake, Lake Hitchcock, that filled the Connecticut Valley and also extended into the lower Deerfield Valley.

Botanic Gardens of Smith College

The mission of the Botanic Garden of Smith College is to foster education about the science, beauty , and importance of the plant kingdom through the use of outdoor and conservatory plant collections, gardens, displays, and exhibitions, and to preserve and maintain the historic Olmsted campus landscape.

Botanic Gardens of Mt. Holyoke College

The Mount Holyoke College Botanic Garden is comprised of the Talcott Greenhouse and the surrounding and nearby gardens. The Botanic Garden's diverse and dynamic living collection includes more than 2,000 different types of plants from six continents distributed throughout the greenhouses and outdoor gardens.

Shelburne Falls Bridge of Flowers

The Bridge of Flowers is in Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts, and connects the towns of Shelburne and Buckland. The seasonal footbridge has a garden of flowers from beginning to end, that change throughout the seasons. The Bridge is open from April through October. Adjacent to the glacial potholes.

Look Memorial Park, Northampton

Look Park, in the city of Northampton, consists of over one hundred and fifty acres of tree-lined paths. The Park is a city-owned park with many things to do such as mini golf, the steamer train, the zoo, tennis courts, and the Look Park Grill.

Historic Deerfield

Historic Deerfield is an outdoor museum that interprets the culture and history of the Connecticut River Valley and New England area. Visitors can tour twelve antique houses dating from 1730 to 1850, and explore collection of regional furniture, silver, textiles, and other decorative arts on display.

Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory

The Magic Wings Butterfly Conservatory and Gardens consists of an 18,400 square inch facility that is filled with over 3,000 butterflies, moths, and tropical vegetation. Browse through the various exhibits showing the history and evolution of butterflies. A warm indoor destination in the winter months.

Yankee Candle Flagship Company

The Yankee Candle Flagship store in South Deerfield, draws three million visitors per year and is one of the largest tourist attractions in the state. It offers visitors not only the greatest variety of Yankee Candle scents available, but also a unique atmosphere with variety of interactive exhibits and a Candle Making Museum. Santa's workshop is open year-round.

Basketball Hall of Fame

Located in Springfield, Massachusetts, the city where basketball was born, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is dedicated to promoting, preserving, and celebrating the game of basketball at every level. The Hall of Fame is home to over 400 inductees and over 40,000 square feet of basketball history.

Nash Dinosaur Track Quarry and Rock Shop

One of the most productive sites for dinosaur tracks is the Nash Dinosaur Track Site. It has produced thousands of dinosaur tracks that have been sold to museums and private individual all over the world. The Nash Dinosaur Track Site and Rock Shop is located about one mile from where the first dinosaur footprints in the Connecticut River Valley were found.
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