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Top recommendations from locals

Café
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“The Blue Rock Restaurant & Bar is a wonderful upscale restaurant with a porch for dining or drinks, cool bar, and innovative cuisine featuring food from local farms and purveyors. There are delicious food items for every taste, including gluten free options. Entrees range from $14-$24, but you can order a grilled cheese sandwich or burger for less. Reservations recommended.”
  • Recommandé par 16 habitants
  • 1 expérience
Piste de bowling
“Shelburne Falls Bowling Alley is one of the oldest bowling alleys in the country. Offering candlepin bowling, this is a true New England style bowling alley. Late night all-you-can-bowl specials are available Friday and Saturday nights. Enjoy a drink, live music, or the game on two large-screen TVs.”
  • Recommandé par 10 habitants
Galerie d'art
“This is a beautiful gallery just across the bridge from Shelburne Falls. (I have my collage work here)”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Cafe
  • Recommandé par 6 habitants
Cafe
“Mocha Maya’s is a coffee house, pub, music venue, and more. You’ll find craft beers, great wines, organic Fair Trade coffee, and intimate music shows with high caliber musicians of all genres.”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
  • 1 expérience
Salle de concert
“An old-timey stage that has brought some great music to the small town of Shelburne Falls including Taj Mahal, Greg Brown and Josh Ritter.”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
History Museum
“great place to relax and get the kinks out, overlooking the Deerfield River, right next to the glacial potholes - a beautiful place to watch the waterfalls”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Museum
“This interesting museum offers fun trolley car and pump car rides. Browse historical photos, play with the wooden and electric trains, climb in the big red caboose, and shop in the gift shop. Fun for railroad enthusiasts of all ages.”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
Galerie d'art
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
History Museum
“These "potholes" began to form after the last glacier age when the Deerfield River first started to flow over the rocks, about 14,000 years ago. As the glaciers receded, “pools” ranging from 6 inches to 39 feet in diameter were formed. These pools, aka potholes, continue to be formed to this day when the snow melts and the water rises significantly.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Galerie d'art
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant