Visiting Our Campus
What can I do on site?
ENJOY THE GROUNDS
Pack a picnic, grab your quaran-team, and enjoy our walking paths and dining on our outdoor tables. Our Great Lawn is available for (self-provided) lawn games, shade for afternoon reading, and space to spend in the open air. Please disinfect any surfaces you touch before and after you use, and take any garbage with you.
VISIT THE ARCHIVES (appointment needed)
The Jacob’s Pillow Archives will be open for visits by appointment on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays between 1:00 and 5:00pm. Please contact [email protected] or call 413-243-9919, ext. 152 to make an appointment. Appointments can be made in advance or on the same day. Visitors will be able to view videos from the past 87 seasons and peruse books and photographs.
EXPLORE THE WELCOME CENTER
Please stop by the Welcome Center (located directly across from the Ted Shawn Theatre main entrance) where you can read and watch videos of artists across the years. The Welcome Center is open Thursday-Sunday from 10am-5pm.
TAKE A SELFIE AT THE PILLOW ROCK
Did you know every artist that has performed at Jacob’s Pillow has taken a Pillow Rock photo? Located behind Hunter House (white building across from the Pillow Store), see the rock in which Jacob’s Pillow’s name originated. Share your selfie by tagging @jacobspillow for the chance to be featured on the Pillow’s social media.
TAKE A SELF-GUIDED TOUR
Click here to access our Self-Guided Tour. Learn about the landmarks on our site as you walk around our grounds. Our public WiFi network is ‘jacobspillow’
Can I access the Jacob's Pillow Archives?
The Jacob’s Pillow Archives will be open for visits by appointment on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays between 1:00 and 5:00pm. Please contact [email protected] or phone 413-243-9919, ext. 152 to make an appointment. Visitors will be able to view videos from the past 87 seasons and peruse books and photographs. Those who are unable to visit in person can engage online at danceinteractive.jacobspillow.org
The Welcome Center (near the Ted Shawn Theatre entrance) provides history, videos, and information to the public, while abiding by safe social distancing protocol.
Do I have to wear a facemask?
Yes, face masks are required to be worn on campus when CDC Social Distancing standards cannot be met. Please maintain a distance of 6 feet from those whom you have not been in close contact since the stay-at-home order was given.
Can I use the restroom?
Restroom facilities are available outside of our Annex Building. Located between our outdoor performance space and the Pillow Store. Restrooms will be available from 10am-5pm, Thursday-Sunday. Handwashing stations are located on the main path across from The Store, and outside the Restrooms nearest the Welcome Center.
Are dogs allowed on campus?
Yes. However, all animals must be on a leash at all times.