Arunah Bartlett established a homestead on the mountain in the mid 1800’s. A true New England Yankee, Arunah was a stone worker, farmer, builder, musician, and instrument maker. His home was a stopover on the Underground Railroad.
The Cummington Fair was initiated in 1883 as the Hillside Agricultural Society and host an array of family-friendly events including entertainment, live music, motorized events, rides, horse and ox draw and so much more!
Our 220 year old farmhouse offers six rooms with shared baths (May 1 to Oct 31, other times by special arrangement. Please email us). Blueberry picking July – Sept.
Housed in an early 1800s tavern, the Kingman Tavern Museum facility consists of a furnished house and several outbuildings housing over 5000 artifacts depicting Cummington history from the late 1700s to the mid-1900s.
Charming 1800’s country setting in the former Remington Lodge in Cummington. Picturesque river and flower-filled walking bridge. Original lively musical jams Sundays. Vegan gluten-free pizza. Open 4-9 pm.
Not just a store…it’s the heart of the hilltowns!Deli, Café, Bakery, Groceries, Coffee,Local & Natural Foods, Crafts, Catering,Ice, Wine, Beer, Newspapers
From 1865 until his death in 1878, Bryant summered here at his boyhood home, today a National Historic Landmark. He converted the two-story farmhouse into a rambling three-story Victorian cottage.