Springfield, Holyoke, and Points South
Founded in 1636, Springfield is the third-largest city in Massachusetts. It is the proud birthplace of basketball, Dr. Seuss, America’s first national armory, and the nation’s first successful gasoline-driven automobile. Springfield's attractions include live theater, a symphony, professional hockey, and a zoo.
Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden, at the Quadrangle, Springfield, MA.