Chicopee Memorial State Park
A 562-acre city park is called Chicopee Memorial State Park. The lake, the forest, and a ton of wildlife are just a few of the amazing views to see there.
Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden
Theodor Seuss Geisel, also known as Dr. Seuss, is commemorated at the Dr. Seuss NationalMemorial Sculpture Garden, a sculpture park in Springfield.
Chicopee Falls Dam
One of Chicopee's tourist attractions created by humans. The Chicopee Reservoir on the Connecticut River receives its water from the dam.
Smith College Botanic Garden
The magnificent and well-known Smith Botanic Gardens and Conservatory offer a vast instructional collection of plant species from all over the world.
The Mark Twain House & Museum
America's greatest novelist lived in Hartford, Connecticut's Mark Twain House & Museum, a National Historic Landmark.
Six Flags New England
Seven Flags With more than a dozen rides, eight themed areas, and the sizable Hurricane Harbor water park, New England is the biggest amusement park in New England.
Smith College Museum of Art
More than 27,000 works of art from all over the world, from antiquity to the present, are housed in the museum's collection.
The oldest park in the country that receives public funding is Bushnell Park in Hartford, Connecticut. The Rev. Horace Bushnell came up with the idea.
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
James Naismith, a Springfield College physical education instructor who created basketball in 1891, is the name of the Hall of Fame.
One of the first museum systems in the US was The Springfield Museums, which was founded in 1857. There are five museums in the cooperation.