The Following are what we believe are the top sights you can see in Springfield Ma any time of the year!
Six Flags New England
Six Flags New England, previously known as Gallup’s grove, Riverside Grove, Riverside Park, and Riverside: The Great Escape is an amusement and entertainment park that is located within Agawam, Massachusetts, a western suburb of Springfield, Massachusetts. The park was established in the late 19th century, it’s the oldest amusement park of the Six Flags chain, acquired by Premier Parks in 1996 and was rebranded as Six Flags New England in 2000. Superman The Ride is among the most popular rides in the park and has been the top roller coaster at each year’s Golden Ticket Awards from Amusement Today when the ride first began in 2000.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is committed to preserving and promoting the tradition of basketball. It is home to its Edward J. and Gena G. Hickox Library which records the game played by both genders across all levels, from high school to professional-level, not just across the US but all over the world. In the Hall of Fame, 285 members include some of the sport’s most notable figures including college coach famous and player John Wooden, professional players Wilt Chamberlain and Julius “Dr. J” Erving, and the inventor of the sport, James Naismith, for whom the Hall of Fame is named in honor of.
The Quadrangle is the most common name for a group of museums and cultural establishments located in Metro Center, Springfield, Massachusetts situated on Chestnut Street between State and Edwards Streets. There is the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden, which is located in the middle of the Quadrangle located in a park that is surrounded by libraries, five museums, and a cathedral. A second cathedral is at the periphery of the Quadrangle.
Springfield Armory National Historic Site
The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum
The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum is an art museum located situated in Springfield, Massachusetts, the United States which is located inside the William Pynchon Memorial Building, which, until 2009, housed the Connecticut Valley Historical Museum. The museum officially opened on June 1, 2017. It is situated on the Quadrangle alongside The Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden and other museums.