When you think of Sheffield, what comes to mind? Maybe the stunning natural beauty of the Berkshires, or perhaps its historical significance of being the oldest town in Berkshire County, established in 1725.
If you’re a fan of reality TV like myself, maybe you’re keen to visit the Berkshires and witness where the many RHONY fights went down, none other than Dorinda Medley’s famed Bluestone Manor (now available on Airbnb). Whether you’re a tourist or a local, there’s lots to do and see in Sheffield, and lots to smoke too.
Read on to learn more about how weed lovers stay busy in Sheffield, the best dispensary in town, and other fun things to occupy your high mind.
Photo by The Pass Co
If you truly want to make the most of your time in Sheffield, head over to The Pass Berkshires. This vertically-integrated cannabis company not only produces and processes flower locally but they also offer a stunning and welcoming retail location for beginners and seasoned users alike.
The Pass takes pride in crafting products and a culture that represent the beautiful Berkshires while connecting you with the most effective solution for your wants and needs. Impressively, The Pass Berkshires won Best Flower in the Berkshires, a NECANN First Place win, and a High Times Cannabis Cup for Best Topical.
Whatever you’re looking for, be it an edible or the dankest flower on the shelf, find it at The Pass Berkshires. This shop and vertically integrated company is redefining the cannabis space in Sheffield one nug at a time.
Location: 1375 N Main St. Sheffield, MA 01257
Hours: Mon – Thurs 9am – 8pm, Fri – Sun 8am – 8pm
Phone: (413) 644-6892
Photo by willie__ / Flickr
Now that you have your weed, you need somewhere to smoke it. Out of respect for the law, we must remind you that smoking weed in public places is still illegal. Feel free to spark up at your private residence beforehand, then hop in an Uber to visit these spots.
There’s nothing quite like a stroll around Sheffield Covered Bridge, one of Massachusetts’ oldest and most popular covered bridges. It might seem like a regular old bridge, but it’s a great spot for photo ops with a historic landmark that was built in 1838.
If you’re searching for views, head over to Bartholomew’s Cobble, packed with scenic trails, wildlife, and flora that will have you in awe. It’s a National Natural Landmark that overlooks the beautiful Housatonic River, surrounded by history, nature, and tranquility.
Photo courtesy of Sheffield Farmers Markets
Who needs a restaurant when you’re in Sheffield? While there are many shops and local restaurants in town, we suggest trekking off the beaten path to support the local farms.
There are a handful of great farmers markets like The Sheffield Farmers Market, Lee Farmers Market, and Great Barrington Farmers Market, just to name a few.
Don’t be surprised if you see a few pop-stands too, selling everything from fresh fruits and vegetables to honey, jam, and maple syrup. Support the local farmers and get a taste of what Sheffield is truly about.
Photo courtesy of Sheffield Pottery, Inc.
Looking to stay occupied with an activity? Visiting Sheffield might be your chance to finally get into pottery. That’s because the town is home to Sheffield Pottery, a local and popular ceramic supply shop.
This humble and artful shop is packed with hand-made ceramics available for purchase, and they also offer pottery classes to make something of your own. This pottery shop attracts people throughout the Berkshires, and it’s definitely something to consider during your time in Sheffield.
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