Directions to Wild Oats

Wild Oats Market is located at 320 Main Street (Route 2) in Williamstown, Massachusetts. We are open 7 days a week, year round (Monday-Saturday 8 am-8 pm; Sunday 10 am-8 pm). We are easy to get to, no matter what direction you’re coming from. Here’s how to find us:

 


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From Bennington, Vermont
Take Route 7 South to the Williamstown rotary. (The Williams Inn will be on your right). Go around the rotary and follow the sign for Route 2 East. Go through town, past Williams College, continuing on Route 2 toward North Adams. You will pass a Dunkin Donuts on your right. Just after Dunkin Donuts, Wild Oats Market will be on your left, at 320 Main Street. Wild Oats is one mile from the traffic light in the center of town.

From Pittsfield, Massachusetts
Take Route 7 North until you reach the Williamstown rotary. You will go through Lanesborough and New Ashford before you see the sign for Williamstown. Go around the rotary and follow the sign for Route 2 East. Go through town, past Williams College, continuing on Route 2 toward North Adams. You will pass a Dunkin Donuts on your right. Just after Dunkin Donuts, Wild Oats Market will be on your left, at 320 Main Street. Wild Oats is one mile from the traffic light in the center of town.

From North Adams, Massachusetts
Take Route 2 West from North Adams into Williamstown. Shortly after you enter Williamstown you will pass the Colonial Shopping Center and the Williamstown Financial Center on your right. Wild Oats Market will be on your right immediately after you pass the Financial Center.

From Troy, New York
Take Route 2 East to Route 7 North/Route 2 East, then follow Route 7 North to the Williamstown Rotary. Go around the rotary and follow the sign for Route 2 East (Rt 7 North goes to Vermont). Go through town, past Williams College, continuing on Route 2 toward North Adams. You will pass a Dunkin Donuts on your right. Just after Dunkin Donuts, Wild Oats Market will be on your left, at 320 Main Street. Wild Oats is one mile from the traffic light in the center of town.