The Norman Rockwell Museum is a must. The collection of art, culture and personal memories provides a full explanation of exactly who the fabulous Mr. Rockwell was. We spent a day at the museum, captivated by the art collections, the grounds, and the preservation of all things Rockwell.
It wasn't hard to see that art, however unique, was everywhere.
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Icecream At [His] Home.
While the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Mass. is a gem in itself (filled with a captivating collection of the artists' greatest works and a detailed documentation of his rise to prominence), the grounds that the museum sits on are just as fascinating.
Away from the central museum--only a little walk down the back path--is Rockwell's actual studio, which was moved from its original location to its current place on the museum grounds.
One thing that I definitely recommend is snagging one of the mango "popsicles" that the museum stocks. On a hot summer day, there isn't much more to top off a day of excellent art and historical beauty than a seat in the woods and frozen fruit on a stick.