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  • What is the National Trust for Historic Preservation?

    What is the National Trust for Historic Preservation?

    Chesterwood is a Historic Site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation. What is the National Trust? Learn more by watching this video! Read the latest from Preservation Nation:  

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  • Volunteer Clean Up Day

    Volunteer Clean Up Day

    Presented in partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Northeast Office Volunteers needed! Projects include gardening, light landscaping, cleaning and repairs to the French-designed outdoor space called the “Circle” and the Woodland Walks. Volunteers should be willing to work, able-bodied and over 18 years of age. Tools and gloves provided. Volunteers should come dressed to work outside and prepared for the weather on May 21st. Proper clothing to prevent sun and tick exposure is recommended. Sturdy footwear is encouraged. […]

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  • Lincoln Model Featured on NTHP’s Historic Sites Blog

    Lincoln Model Featured on NTHP’s Historic Sites Blog

    Daniel Chester French’s plaster working model for the Lincoln Memorial is highlighted in the new “Spotlight on Collections” feature of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Historic Sites blog. Learn more about French’s six foot model of Abraham Lincoln, which is currently on loan to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. The model will be on view at Chesterwood beginning May 29, 2010.

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  • Help Win $200K for Preservation

    Chesterwood is a historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, a private non-profit based in Washington, DC. You can help the National Trust for Historic Preservation win $200K through the American Express Member Project TakePart! Now through May 23, you can vote once per week for your favorite charity to receive $200,000 – and the National Trust for Historic Preservation is one of the organizations vying for the Arts & Culture category.  One charity in each category will win […]

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4 Williamsville Road (physical address)
PO Box 827 (mailing address)
Stockbridge, MA 01262

Telephone: 413.298.3579
Extension 25218 for Admissions/Shop
Extension 25210 for additional tour information,
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Fax: 413.298.1065
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