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Depending on your age/intentions, you might end at Tunnel Bar, a hip lounge/martini den built into -- you guessed it -- an old tunnel under the railroad tracks.
Rent a bike and hit 150-acre Look Park, stroll through Smith College's Botanic Garden and Museum of Art, and ride the 11-mile Norwottuck Rail Trail over to nearby Amherst (UMass).