I remembered a few of Rockwell's paintings that appeared on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post, but to see his entire original collection of those covers was awesome. Life in the U.S. during the 20th century showed America's fundamental ideals of democracy, freedom and human dignity. The collection includes over 700 paintings, drawings and studies plus much more. It was fun to walk through the museum guided by a docent, watch a short film of Rockwell's life, and roam through the 36-acre picturesque property overlooking the Housatonic River Valley. It's a must-see for all ages.
The museum is located at 9 Glendale Road in Stockbridge, MA.