Date visited: January 16, 2016
Located on the grounds of the Springfield Museums, the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden pays homage to one of Springfield’s most famous people, Theodor Seuss Geise (aka Dr. Seuss), and some of his characters.
The grounds are accessible to the public during the museum’s normal hours without a fee. You only need to pay if you want access to the museums. The garden does not only have sculptures and art work related to Dr. Seuss’ characters. There are statues and other pieces of art and buildings on the grounds.
I will be posting about the Springfield Museums in a later post. Here is a quick preview: