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Springfield Museums

• A WorldWeb.com Travel Guide to Museums in Springfield, MA, Massachusetts.
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Among the hightlights of these four distinctive museums are a life-sized tyrannosaurus rex replica, African Hall, the live animal Solutia Eco-Center, European and American paintings, Japanese armor, Middle Eastern rugs, Asian decorative arts, a planetarium, aviation history and regional history exhibits. Dr. Seuss Memorial located on grounds.
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Serving as a living memorial to those that were victims of the Holocaust, the Hatikvah Holocaust Education Center is located in Springfield, Massachusetts. Visitors to the center are welcome to peruse the many exhibits, including the stories of five families. Artifacts, photographs, documents and personal video testimonies are also major attractions at this center.
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Showcasing life in the Connecticut Valley from the year 1600 to 2000, this museum features a number of historical artifacts, photographs and displays. Exhibits include valley disasters, a World War II memorial area and an art gallery. A geneaological library is also located at this museum.
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Featuring dozens of hands-on exhibits, a regulation-sized basketball court and other basketball-related attractions, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is a popular attraction for sport enthusiasts.
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The Titanic Museum has the true story of the ill-fated liner. The exhibition is not impersonal salvage but documents, mementoes and artifacts donated by survivors and their families. Each has a fascinating, personal narrative. Admission $4. Daily 10-4; Saturday 10-3, Closed Sunday and holidays. Groups accommodated, please call in advance. Self-guiding. No cameras, please. On ground floor.
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This museum is a worthwhile trip for motorcycle enthusiasts. The company history and its roots in Springfield are illustrated in several interesting displays. The museum has the world's first motorcycle, the first Indian Motorcycle (circa 1901) and the world's first snowmobile.
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The genius and imagination of Springfield native Theodor Seuss Geisel has been re-created in life-sized bronze statues of Dr. Seuss and his favorite characters at the Quadrangle by artist Lark Grey Dimond-Cates.
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Featuring exhibits on natural and physical sciences, the Springfield Science Museum is a fun place for people of all ages. Museum exhibits include a live animal center in a natural environment with fish, insects, reptiles and amphibians. Other displays include Dinosaur Hall, where a full-sized replica of a Tyrannosaurus Rex can be seen. The Seymour Planetarium gives visitors a taste of space and a number of hands-on exhibits are also located in this park of the center.
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