Springfield is a city in western Massachusetts, and if you are planning a trip to the town and explore things here, then the information shared here will be helpful to you a lot. I am sharing this as I don’t want you to waste your time planning things. Just land in the city and start enjoying it. Some of the fascinating things I found in the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden, Springfield Armory, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield. And if you are traveling to Springfield with family, then there are many places present for kids as well, and this includes the Springfield Science Museum, the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, and the zoo in Forest Park.
Other places to explore in Springfield
The city has a total of nineteen parks, and each one is spectacular in view. So, you have ample time, then visit each park and enjoy its beauty and if you don’t, then Forest Park in Springfield is the one you can keep in must visit place list. I like this the most.
The park is spread in the area of 735 acres that has lush greenery. It is located on the Connecticut River bank, and this is the factor that makes this park different from others. The place is full of activities, clubs, eating joints, etc., and I thoroughly enjoyed being here.
The Bright night at forest park is another significant activity that you should not miss during your trip to Springfield Massachusetts. The best time to visit the place in December as lots of events take place here starting from Thanksgiving Day to the New Year.
The museum has an excellent collection of paintings, lithographs, and sculptures made by the artists of Asia, America, and Europe.
- The Titanic Historical Society
The place has the remains of the vast ship that sank in 1912. The site has every worth to visit. I have watched the Titanic many times and was able to relate to many things here.