The following exhibits are on display at The Mount.

You can also explore our online exhibits: Writing The Age of Innocence, Edith Wharton’s Poetry, Library Insight’s, and The Mount Writes!

  • Effram by Artist Jamie Burnes Bison, large metal sculpture

    SCULPTURENOW 2021

    Come and see our latest collaboration with SculptureNow. Thirty large-scale contemporary sculpture placed throughout the property.
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    The Farewell

    “The Farewell” is a multi-site, literary and sculptural project by Molly Rideout installed in the Stable.
  • Black and white photograph of children in Lenoxdale taken by August Martin in the early nineteen hundreds

    LIFE IN THE DALE: AUGUSTUS MARTIN’S LENOX

    Augustus E. Martin documented working-class life in Lenox Dale from 1890 to 1915. Presented in partnership with the Lenox Library.
  • EWw soldiers

    EDITH WHARTON AND THE FIRST WORLD WAR

    This exhibit examines this admirable and lesser-known chapter of Wharton’s life through historic photographs, artifacts and her own incomparable words.
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    A BEAUTIFUL CONSTRUCTION

    This exhibit honors Wharton’s life and accomplishments, and explores her core beliefs in beauty and structure.
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    RIDING THE MAGIC CARPET: EDITH WHARTON’S LITERARY LEGACY

    Why should we read Wharton today? This exhibit invites your answers.
  • Working for a Writing Woman exhibit (2)

    THE BACKSTAIRS PROJECT

    We have re-imagined the rooms that tell the stories of the men and women who worked at The Mount.