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The fifth museum at the Springfield Museums is the Dr. Seuss Museum, and it may be the centerpiece of it all, as they all surround the National Memorial Sculpture Garden. In case you missed them, the first four were the Science Museum, the Springfield History Museum, the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum, and the Michele and Donald D’Amour …

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The second of the two art museums and fourth of the Springfield Museums is the Michele and Donald D’Amour Museum of Fine Arts. This follows the Science Museum, Springfield History Museum, and the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum. This museum focuses on fine arts and ceramics, featuring beautiful drawings, ceramics, and busts. Galleries at this …

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The first of two art museums that I’ll look at in the Springfield Museums, is the George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum. If you missed the first two, check out the Science and History Museums! This museum houses the collection of George Walter Vincent Smith and his wife Belle were large collectors of art and items, …

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The Springfield History Museum, or what’s formally known as the “Lyman and Merrie Wood Museum of Springfield History”, is the second of the five museums in Springfield that I’m going to focus on, the first being the Springfield Science Museum. This museum focuses on the history of Springfield, and all the things that gave the …

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Springfield, Massachusetts has a grouping of five museums, all located around one central Dr. Seuss themed sculpture garden (more on that at a later date), with one entry that gets you into all of them. These five are: Springfield Science Museum Lyman and Merrie Wood Museum of Springfield History George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum …

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My final installment of the museums at Balboa Park, in addition to Natural History and the Model Railroad Museums, will be on two museums that are right next door to each other, in the corner of the park. Air & Space Museum This museum will take you in a loop around a central pavilion, going through …

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The San Diego Model Railroad Museum, located in Balboa Park, in the basement of one of the many buildings on El Prado. To me it felt like a shorter/smaller version of Northlandz, the NJ museum featured in Wired magazine last year, albeit it was 100X cleaner and with a lot more employees. They advertise as …

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Balboa Park, in the center of San Diego, is a similar expanse as the National Mall in DC, with a large park and a full array of museums and sights to be seen. With its free parking, the Park is easy to get to, and once you are done a day at the zoo, it’s …

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The American Civil War Museum is a collection of locations in and around Richmond, Virginia, dating back to the 1800s. Historic Tredegar – An Iron Works facility from the 1800s houses the Civil War Museum as well as a free National Parks Museum for the Richmond National Battlefield The White House – This was the …

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