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About the Area

Turners Falls and surrounding towns have many farms and fields The campus is a short walk from the Deerfield River with easy access for boating and fishing. Winter activities include downhill skiing and snowboarding, cross country skiing, ice skating, ice fishing, and much more

We're in beautiful Western New England at the base of the Berkshire Mountains, close to Williams College, Smith College, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst College, and Hampshire College. These nearby campuses give our students access to wonderful cultural and social opportunities, including art and photography exhibits, theater, dance, and music. The Clark Art Institute houses a magnificent collection of French Impressionist paintings. And the restored colonial village of Old Deerfield is one of America's treasures. Numerous artists and crafts-people living and working in the area add to the creative climate.

Do you love playing in the great outdoors as well as taking pictures of it? You can ski, rock climb, hike, canoe, swim, camp, and fish the Deerfield River, one of the region's finest trout streams.

Our surroundings provide a great place to train, and we're also an easy place to find. A public airport for small aircraft is right in our backyard. We're only about an hour and a half drive from Boston, a one hour drive from Hartford, Connecticut, and a three and a half hour drive from New York City. We think that puts us in the middle of just about everything.

Directions from Within Massachusetts to Hallmark Institute of Photography

» Map and directions from Google Maps

From North/South

From Interstate 91, take Exit 27 (in Massachusetts) onto Route 2 East. Follow Route 2 East to the second set of lights. This is the town of Gill. There is a Mobil Gas Station on the left. At this light, take a right onto the Turners Falls Bridge. See "After Crossing the Turners Falls Bridge" below.

From East & Northeastern New England

If You Are Using GPS or an Online Map
If you are coming from the east, many online mapping programs and GPS units will direct you to get off Route 2 on Route 63 (Prospect St) in Millers Falls. That route is much more complicated and we advise using the directions below.

Follow Route 2 until you come to the traffic lights in the town of Gill, Massachusetts. There is a Mobil Gas Station on the right of the intersection and the Turners Falls Bridge on the left. Turn left at this set of lights and cross over this bridge. See "After Crossing the Turners Falls Bridge" below.

From West

Follow Route 2 until you come to the traffic lights in the town of Gill, Massachusetts. There is a Mobil Gas Station on the left of the intersection and the Turners Falls Bridge on the right. Turn right at this set of lights and cross over this bridge. See "After Crossing the Turners Falls Bridge" below.

After Crossing the Turners Falls Bridge

Continue on Avenue A to the first light. At the light, take a left onto 3rd Street. After passing the F.L. Roberts gas station on your right, follow the road up the hill. This road will turn into Unity St. about half way up. Continue up the hill until you reach the top of the hill and the fork in the road. At this fork, you will see Scotty's Convenience Store and Apollo Pool Supplies on your right. Just after Apollo Pool Supplies, bear left at this fork onto Millers Falls Road following the signs for the Airport. Our Administrative Office Building is just over a mile ahead on the left. Please park in this main lot and enter our main entrance. A staff member will be available to assist you from here.

 


 

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