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Springfield Museums, Springfield

Categories: Children’s Museums, Science Museums, Museums
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4.2/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
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  • Well worth the price of admission. Plan a day at least. The local history museum is great, plenty of Indian motorcycles. Natural history museum, artwork, Japanese swords, statues, Dr. Seuss, Loved it ...  read more »
  • Springfield has an entire set of museums - science, history, two art museums, a Dr. Seuss sculpture garden (and soon a Dr. Seuss museum as well) all adjacent to the Springfield central library at the ...  read more »
  • Beautiful, paintings, sculptures, natural history scenes. There is also an amazing museum of Springfield's rich history, and don't forget Dr. Seuss! 
  • Great place for kids and families but not for serious museum goers. There are fun exhibits a passionate staff and great programs for all ages. They're lacking in authentic and not reproduction pieces in all galleries, and it is easy to view all the exhibits in a few hours. If you live close and have young children it's a wonderful place to spend a rainy day!
  • For admission price you get to visit the 4 (hopefully soon to be 5) museums. Unless you're an art enthusiast, you'll probably enjoy the terrific science museum the most. With a huge T-Rex, live displays (lower level) and a planetarium, this museum, though small, has a lot to offer. Until the opening of the Dr. Seuss museum in 2017, you can admire and take pictures with the beautiful Dr. Seuss figures sculptures outside.
  • A lot of variety but a lot of broken exhibits too. The Hasbro gallery seemed like it was really cool when it was new, but at least three of the games didn't work. The cafe on premises is pretty good and reasonably priced, which is good since there is nothing else in the area. It will be interesting to go back when the Dr. Seuss museum opens. For natural history, Yale's Peabody Museum is better and there are certainly better art museums around. The nice thing here is that you get a little of everything.
  • When I was a kid I visited the science museum often and never got tired of it. As I got older I got more interested in the arts, so I visited the art museum more often. Let's be honest, it's a very small Museum. I have visited the museum coutless times, and I haven't noticed much change.
  • So much to see and do in a small geographical area. Appeals to all ages. Great value for your money. A must see for families with diverse interests and of varying ages.
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