Lee is located in western Massachusetts, bordered by Tyringham and Great Barrington on the south, Lenox on the northwest, Becket on the east, Washington on the northeast, and Stockbridge on the west. Lee is 9 miles south of Pittsfield, 122 miles west of Boston, and 138 miles from New York City.
The town of Lee Massachusetts is centrally located in Berkshire County, home of one of the most scenic and culturally vibrant areas of the state. Every season brings thousands of tourists to the Berkshires for the scenery, the arts and the activities.
Lee has become a popular tourist destination, noted both for its New England charm and its bed and breakfast establishments. Lodging, food, drinks, shopping, and activities are here to suit every taste and to fit every budget. It is known as the „Gateway to The Berkshires“ because it provides one of only two exits on the Massachusetts Turnpike which serve the county, and the only one going eastbound.
The rich cultural offerings—the world’s greatest music played by one of the leading symphony orchestras, the nation’s most famous dance festival, high quality theater offerings, outstanding museums, historic homes and so much more—further the sense that all is right with the world.
Lee exudes a healty and delightful atmosphere in which to live, learn, shop, visit enjoy nature, and conduct business.