Thursday, September 25, 2014
Norman Rockwell Museum
In 1973 Norman Rockwell gave 367 pieces of his artwork in trust to the museum. The collection includes many of his most famous paintings plus preliminary sketches and studies. His studio, which was located in the backyard of his home in Stockbridge, Mass, has been moved to the museum grounds and is open to tour. All 323 Saturday Evening Post covers that Rockwell illustrated are on display on the lower floor of the museum.
The museum is accessible but very plush carpeting makes pushing around a bit tiring. The path to the studio is paved. The studio is accessible.
The parking lot is large enough for RVs. Museum