Museums & Libraries

Williams College Museum of Art
Hours: Open everyday 10AM – 5PM
Thursday: 10AM-8PM
Admission is free

MASSMoCA 
Hours: Wed – Sun, 11AM – 5PM Tours: Weekdays, 2pm; Weekends, NOON and 2PM
Admission: Adults $15, Students $10, Children 6-16 $5

Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute
Hours: Tues – Sun, 10AM – 5PM
Admission: $20

Williams Libraries

Sawyer Library
Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM – 5PM; Sat 9AM – 5PM
The new Sawyer Library incorporates historic Stetson Hall and opened in July 2014. Stop in and see this award winning building designed by Bohlin Cywinki Jackson and see why our students love being in it. Sawyer now includes the Center for Instructional Technology and Special Collections.

Schow Science Library
Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM – 4:30 PM; Sat 9AM – 1PM
Visit Schow to see how our library has evolved in the past two years.  Check out our new casual seating area in the east atrium and view the two new classrooms along the south side of the library.

Located on Level 4 in Sawyer Library
Hours: Monday-Friday 10AM-5PM, Saturday 1-5PM
Audubon’s Birds of America, Steven Schow ’81 Gallery (Sawyer 455)
Art from the Chapin Library, Steven Schow ’81 Gallery (Sawyer 455)
Imagining American Union, Archives/Chapin Instruction Gallery (Sawyer 408)
Foundations of the Earth: Landmark Books in the Geological Sciences​, Chapin Gallery (Sawyer 406). Rare books from the Chapin Library illustrating the history of the discipline of Geology
Founding Documents of the United States of America, Chapin Gallery (Sawyer 406). Original printings of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and other documents from the founding of the nation
Located on Level 4 in Sawyer Library
Hours: Monday-Friday 10AM-5PM, Saturday 1-5PM
Celebrating 200 Years of Geology at Williams, Steven Schow ’81 Gallery (Sawyer 455). A recognition of four nineteenth-century professors who were pioneers in the study of the local area and in the pedagogy of their emerging science, from the collections of the College Archives.