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Springfield always surprises me with its rich culture, history, and capacity for family fun. It is a city of firsts, and learning about its past may inspire your child to become a pioneer of the future. There's so much to Kid stuff springfield in Greater Springfield, including riding roller coaster, enjoying a peaceful meeting with an alpaca, and—starting June 3—visiting the brand-new Dr.
Seuss Museum. Plus, it's just the right distance for a short getaway from Boston or Connecticut. Take the River Walk to the Kid stuff springfield Memorial Basketball Hall of Famewhere you can learn about the history of basketball in the city where basketball was born. Carve out some picnic-and-play time at Westfield's lovely Stanley Parkwhich has a Japanese botanical garden, a playground, and lots of green space for running around.
On a weekday afternoon, learn about contributions made to the economy, arts, and sciences of our nation by Polish people and their descendants at the Polish Center of Discovery and Learning at Elms College in Holyoke.
They also host concerts and other special events. Get into the Seuss of things at the Dr. Seuss National Memorial. Starting June 3, you can be among the first to visit the brand-new Dr. Seuss Museumwhere kids can interact with their favorite characters, like the Cat in the Hat, and Kid stuff springfield their hand at storytelling stay tuned for our full review on June 8. Seuss National Memoriala whimsical and delightful sculpture garden on the grounds of the Springfield Museums. Listen to live music and munch on festival fare while you shop for handmade gifts at the Mattoon Street Arts Festivalthe longest running arts and crafts fair in Western Massachusetts.
Admission and parking are free early September. The kids will have full bellies, maple-sticky fingers, and bragging rights when breakfast is over. If you're there on a Thursday, take advantage of free bites and live music at various downtown Springfield locations as part of the Thunderbird Thursdays program, which lasts through the summer. Experience 19th century village life at the Storrowton Village Museum. Take a culinary journey back in time with a meal at Storrowton Tavernwhere they serve New England fare and continental cuisine in the historic setting of Storrowton Village Museuma recreation of a 19th century village, on the grounds of Eastern States Exposition.
Catch a game with the Springfield Thunderbirdsthe town's new minor Kid stuff springfield hockey team. Games run from October through April. Enjoy the sparkling light displays during the holidays. Engage in explorations of art, science and history at the Springfield Museums. When they need to cool off, they can try the water rides in Hurricane Harbor. View rare artifacts that tell stories of the passengers and crew on the infamous gargantuan ship at the Titanic Historical Society Museum in the antique-lovers dream village of Indian Orchard.
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