49 Chestnut Street
Springfield, MA 01103
+1 413 787 1548 (Tourist Information)
The cluster of museums, a library and a national memorial facing the park at the Old Hill and on the corner of Chestnut Street and State Street comprises the Quadrangle. The George Walter Vincent Smith Art Museum
, which is the oldest of the group and consists of collection of ancient art and artifacts from Greek and Roman civilizations. The Michele & Donald D'Amour Museum of Fine Arts is where you can find the collection of work by European and American artists collected over time. Among the most notable collection in the permanent exhibit of the museum includes paintings of John Singleton Copley and Currier & Ives' lithograph works. The Springfield Science Museum
is a fine center where you can learn about the physical and natural science and its exhibit displays life size models and skeletal remains of dinosaurs and animals from Savannah. Various antique automobiles and weapons that were part of the Connecticut Valley Historical Museum
, are displayed inside the Museum of Springfield History that opened to public in 2009. Besides, the Quadrangle also holds the central library of Springfield City Library which was built in 1913, Connecticut Valley Historical Museum and Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden
. Hours and prices vary for each museum.