Visit ‒ Turn Park


2 Moscow Road,
West Stockbridge MA 01266


Wednesday - Monday (closed Tuesday)
10 am - 6 pm 

Suggested Admission

$15   General
$12   Students and seniors
Free for TPAS members and children under 12

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Turn Park Policies

TPAS is located on the site of an old quarry. Please use extreme caution and common sense as you explore the grounds.

TPAS has wheelchair accessible parking, galleries, and bathrooms.

Children under the age of 12 must be supervised and accompanied by an adult at all times.

Strollers are permitted inside the TPAS. Strollers or carriages cannot be left at coat check

Please respect TPAS property. Do not move, climb on, or damage artworks or park property. Rock and tree climbing is prohibited.

Pets must be on a leash at all times.

Photography and Recording

  • Photographs for personal use may be taken in select TPAS galleries.
  • Use of the public space must not be disruptive to general TPAS visitors. 
  • No commercial photography allowed without prior permit.
  • If you are uncertain if photography is permitted, please ask a Visitor Service Associate or Gallery Attendant before you take pictures.
  • Please be advised that photography at TPAS is a privilege. TPAS reserves the right to prohibit photography in any area at any time.

Failure to adhere to these guidelines may result in visitors being asked to cease activities and leave the premises.


TurnPark Season 2018 “Metamorphosis”

Upcoming Events:


June 16, 3 p.m.

Gene Montez Flores. Landscapes. Opening reception of the exhibition.


June 16, 4 p.m.

The concert of cellist and award-winning composer Stephen Katz and a multi-instrumentalist and improvisational performer Levi Gershkowitz.


July 1, 12 pm

Uta Bekaia. Inhabitants of Childhood. Opening reception of the exhibition in collaboration with musicians from Mátti Kovler’s Floating Tower.


July 7, 12pm

The first lecture of the series, “The Jewish Genes”, will be given by Dr. Maxim Frank-Kamenetskii, professor of biomedical engineering at Boston University.


July 7, 2pm

Konstantin Simun. “Faces”. Opening reception of the exhibition.


July 27-28

Tom Gold Dance (ballet)


August 3-4 (11a.m – 6 p.m)

Phoenicia Flea at TurnPark.

Phoenicia Flea is a nomadic market of makers and merchants from the Catskills, Hudson Valley and beyond.


August 19, 5.30pm

Michael Zaretsky (viola)

J. S. Bach. The six cello suites.

Day1: Suites 1-3


August 21, 6pm

Michael Zaretsky (viola)

J. S. Bach. The six cello suites.

Day2: Suites 4-6


August 25-26. 12p.m. and 3p.m.


Contemporary Dance Performance

GiBa moves / choreographer Gina Bashour


Outdoor Movie Screenings.


June 28, July 26, August 30, September 27

Our favorite American and European movies

Every last Thursday of the month if the weather favors.


Popular Science. Cycle of lectures.

July 7, August 4, September 2




May-November (opening reception on June 16)

Gene Montez Flores. Landscapes 1980-2018.


June-November (opening reception on July 1)

Uta Bekaia. Inhabitants of Childhood



Nikolai Silis. Centaurs


June-November (opening reception on July 7)

Konstantin Simun. Faces

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