Beyond The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss, families will find no shortage of fun and interesting ways to spend time at the Springfield Museums, including:
The Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden, featuring sculptures of some of Theodor Geisel’s most beloved characters created by his step-daughter, Lark Dimond-Cates.
The Hasbro Games Art Discovery Center at the George Walter Vincent Smith Museum, a beautifully decorated space with art activities and gallery games for young children and families.
The Springfield Science Museum has a wide range of interactive exhibits on natural history and science, as well as the Solutia Live Animal Center.
Hasbro Gameland at the Lyman and Merrie Wood Museum lets families explore games of memory, chance, strategy and word play based on iconic games by Milton Bradley and Hasbro.
More information about activities geared to children and families can be found under Educators & Families.
The Blake House Café, located just inside our main gate, has convenient and affordable options for a light breakfast or lunch. View the menu.
Young children and families can enjoy art activities and gallery games in the Art Discovery Center.
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