Dr. Seuss Museum

June 9, 2017

By Tab Byrum

The Amazing World Of Dr. Seuss has recently opened in Springfield, Massachusetts, the hometown of the good doctor himself, Theodore Seuss Geisel. The museum opened this past Saturday, June third, and rumor has it that it’s just like walking into one of the dozens of rhyming books Geisel wrote. The first floor of the permanent museum is filled with interactive exhibits that allow kids to explore language, rhyming, invent stories, and encourage creative thinking. The second floor of the museum is dedicated to the personal life of Dr. Seuss and is filled with memorabilia, original oil paintings, clothing, furniture from Geisel’s home including his drawing table, favorite chair and sofa. The walls of the building are decorated with artwork from Dr. Seuss books, the house is filled with color and characters from the famous books. This is definitely on my list of places to visit the next time we are in the Boston area, for now, we’ll have to settle for some images, I can’t wait to go, Enjoy!!! (above image via)

Staff at the Dr. Seuss Museum unwrap a Cat In The Hat statue, notice all the familiar colors on the walls as well as images from the famous books. (via)

One of the artists paints characters and scenes on the walls of the Museum. (via)

Interactive events for kids are held on the first floor of the Museum, here kids are listening to one of Dr. Seuss’ famous stories. (via)

A look at one of the other amazing decorated wall in the Seuss Museum in Springfield, Massachusets. (via)

On the first floor you can also get a close-up look at The Cat In The Hat and some of the other famous characters from the land of Seuss, I spy the seven hump Wump, the Lorax, and Yertle the Turtle and friends. (via)

On the second floor of the Museum is a recreation of Geisel’s office with his sofa, armchair, and artwork. (via)

There are beautiful bronze sculptures to visit, including the one in the foreground of Theodore GeiselĀ at his drawing board with The Cat looking over his shoulder (via)

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