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Dr Seuss (aka Theodor Seuss Geisel) the famous children's author, was born here and this is where basketball was created in 1891. Springfield is known as the "Knowledge Corridor" because of its high concentration of higher-learning institutions. Home to numerous biotech firms and high-speed computing centers, this is where you will find Massachusetts' largest Fortune 100 Company, Mass Mutual Financial Group. Springfield sits in Hampden County on the east bank of the Connecticut River where 3 rivers converge, the Westfield, the Chicopee and the Mill Rivers. Its nicknames range from "The City of Firsts" (because of its innovations), "The City of Homes" (due to its Victorian architecture) and "Hoop City" (the creation of the game of basketball). The cultural and economic hub of Massachusetts, Springfield overflows with more than 160,000 students.
Of course there would be a "Basketball Hall of Fame" to visit, that is a shrine to the world's most second loved sport. This is after all the city where the basketball was actually invented. You can take in an off-Broadway show at the City Stage, or if you want to run riot with the college kids, there are 60 clubs and bars in the Club Quarter to leave you feeling your age. For those that like a bit of exercise or personal time out, there is the Connecticut River Walk Park snaking along the Connecticut River. For the child in all of us, Dr Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden is smothered in statues of characters from his books. Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed New York's Central Park, designed "Forest Park" for Springfield. You can go here for almost anything: think skating, basketball, bocce, aquatic park, a formal rose garden, a lake and even a zoo for some up close and personal moments of the animal variety. King Philip's Stockade is for the history buff and you will find 5 museums at The Quadrangle: the Museum of Fine Arts, the Springfield Science Museum, the George Walter Vincent Smith Museum for a taste of Asia, the Connecticut Valley Historical Society and the Museum of Springfield History. For the architecture lover, Springfield is awash in Victorian houses and gilded age mansions.
To release the inner child, head to Six Flags New England and jump on the Superman Ride.
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