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Come explore one of Massachusetts best kept secrets and experience the magic of this living, whimsical place where art and nature merge. Three Sisters Sanctuary is Environmental Art at its best combined with majestic sculpture gardens.
Explore 8- acres of accessible perennial, stone and water gardens combined with art installations that have been built over the last 25 years
Located in the hills of Western Massachusetts less than an hour from Springfield and the Berkshires and just 30 minutes from one of America’s top small arts towns Northampton. A relaxing and inspiring day trip for visitors of all ages. From all major routes, there are unique small arts town to explore, shop and dine in along the way.
We look forward to planning an unforgettable experience for your group. Please contact us by clicking here or call (413) 268-3677 to schedule your groups visit. To accommodate groups we must have a scheduled date and time in advance.
Where else can you experience an 80-foot mosaic fire breathing dragon!
Art glass, mosaics, metal sculpture, straw art and much more awaits you! Amateur and professional photographers alike rave about Three Sisters for the endless photographic opportunities.
Environmental Art at its best! Master Gardener Richard M. Richardson cultivates acres of beautiful perennial gardens to surround impressive standing Goshen stone. These famous stones date back 350 million years! Not to mention the two massive 22,000-pound white quartz stones that reside in the center of the infinity circle gardens.
Richard M. Richardson continues to live and create on the property. What a treat to meet a living artist inside his world! He delights in sharing his creation with the public and is available to give groups individualized talks and tours of the sanctuary.
Unique artisan gift shop offers visitors an opportunity to bring home a piece of the sanctuary. Housed in the same building is the fascinating Good Time Stove Company’s Antique Stove Museum. Visit these pieces of functional art that are part of America’s history.