TRAVEL TO AND FROM THE WORKSHOP

Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, CT, is the closest airport. It is located one hour south of Deerfield and provides shuttle service to Deerfield. The John V. Olver Transit Center in Greenfield, MA, just ten minutes away from Deerfield, provides train service and workshop staff will provide rides from and to it. Taxi and Uber/Lyft services are available but because Deerfield is in a rural area, the local bus company does not stop in the village. Renting a car at the airport is another option. Detailed travel information is listed below.

The scenic historic village of Deerfield, Massachusetts, is one of the state’s top tourist destinations. It is home to many historic museums and houses, educational institutions, cultural centers, state parks, and the Yankee Candle flagship store.

TRAVEL DETAILS 

Bradley International Airport 

http://www.bradleyairport.com

Airport shuttle service: 

http://www.valleytransporter.com/

http://seemoshuttle.com/?/seemoshuttle/fares

Train Service

The John V. Olver Transit Center https://www.amtrak.com/stations/gfd 

Other Means of Travel

Taxi service:  About Town Taxi 413-774-4000

Uber/Lyft:  https://uphail.com/us/ma/deerfield/

Driving Directions

FROM I-91 NORTH:  Take Exit 43 (Rte. 2 West), go 3/4 of the way around the rotary to head toward Greenfield. Turn right at the second light (Dunkin’ Donuts will be on your right). Turn right at the next light onto Rtes. 5 & 10 South.  Proceed approximately 3 1/2 mi. and look for blue signs to Historic Deerfield on the right. Go past the first street leading into the village (at the end of a field) and take the next right onto Memorial St. (It comes up after a long, high hedge on the right, followed by a small ballfield). The first brick building on the right is Memorial Hall Museum. Just past it, take the driveway to the large parking area in front of the Deerfield Teachers’ Center.

FROM 1-91 SOUTH:  Take Exit 35, turn right onto Routes 5 & 10 North. Proceed approximately 6 miles. After the gas station, take your second left onto Memorial Street (Look for a small red house and a large wooden carving of an ear of corn on the right.). The first brick building on the right is Memorial Hall Museum. Just past it, take the driveway to the large parking area in front of the Deerfield Teachers’ Center.

Getting to Old Deerfield