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Car and bus are the easiest ways to get to Lenox MA, but train and plane are possible.

 

By Car

The Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) passes by Lee, where you exit and follow MA Route 8/US Route 20 north to Lenox. From Williamstown, follow US Route 7 south. See below for driving distances.

By Intercity Bus

Bonanza Bus has daily routes between New York City and Williamstown MA stopping at Great Barrington, Lee, Lenox and Pittsfield MA; and between Albany NY and Springfield MA stopping at the same Berkshire towns. Springfield has bus connections to Worcester, Boston, Hyannis (Cape Cod MA) and Providence RI. More...

By Regional Bus

Local buses run by the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority connect Berkshire County towns and resorts with one another. More...

By Train

A few Amtrak trains between Boston MA and Albany-Rensselaer NY stop at Pittsfield, from whence you must take a local bus or taxi to Lenox. Trains between Montreal QC and New York City also stop at Albany-Rensselaer NY. More...

By Plane

The nearest airports with regular service are Albany International Airport at Albany NY and Bradley International Airport, Windsor Locks CT (north of Hartford).

Boston's Logan International Airport is 133 miles (214 km) east of Lenox, a 2.25-hour drive or 3-hour and 45-minute Amtrak train trip, then a local bus or taxi.

Distances from Lenox MA

Albany NY: 43 miles (69 km) W, 1 hour

Boston MA: 130 miles (209 km) E, 2.5 hours

Hartford CT: 75 miles (121 km) SE, 1.5 hours

Lee MA: 5 miles (8 km) SE, 10 minutes

New York City: 147 miles (237 km) S, 3 hours

Pittsfield MA: 7.5 miles (12 km) N, 15 minutes

Williamstown MA: 28 miles (45 km) N, 50 minutes

Worcester MA: 92 miles (148 km) E, 1.75 hours



Hotels & Inns in Lenox

Tourist Information

Tanglewood Music Festival

What to See & Do in Lenox

About Lenox

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Stockbridge

Great Barrington

Berkshires Transportation

About the Berkshire Hills

 

 

Pittsfield Transportation Center, Pittsfield MA

Pittsfield Transportation Center, the Berkshires' Amtrak train station, and hub of the regional bus network.