Ribbon Cutting at Renovated Mount Greylock Visitor Center

A ribbon cutting for the newly renovated Mount Greylock visitor center was Thursday, October 3.

The renovation project – which included developing an interpretive master plan for the reservation and installing new interpretive signage along the roads and at the trail heads – was funded through a federal grant for $860,000 and a state grant of $215,000. It has been in development since 2009.

The visitors center now is a polished, interpretive museum that entertains and educates through interactive displays, artifacts from the mountain’s past, and a 3-D topographical map of the region enhanced with interactive lighting.

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