Weddings and Events at Arrowhead
Host your next event at Arrowhead and enjoy a unique, historical setting in the heart of the Berkshires! Herman Melville named his home after the Native American relics he found while plowing the fields. He called Arrowhead his “heart’s home.” He and his family lived in the farmhouse from 1850-1863 and Melville wrote Moby-Dick while gazing out of his “fairy” window at Mount Greylock. The romance of the mountain and the land inspired Melville and the magic and romance remain to this day. Centrally located on 45 acres in Pittsfield, our site offers Melville’s 1840s barn, as well as adjoining lawns and breathtaking views of Mt. Greylock and October Mountain. Enjoy exclusive use of the entire property for your event with ample on-site parking. Affordable rental packages available. Fill out the attached form for more information.