Clarion Hotel & Aqua Lagoon Waterpark
1080 Riverdale Street
West Springfield, MA 01089-4607
Phone: (413) 781-8750
Fax: (413) 733-8652
From moving dramas to laugh-out-loud comedies to stunning musicals, the Majestic Theater hosts a wide range of fantastic live productions. As the actors completely embody their roles you'll be stunned to learn that the theater only uses local talent. This intimate venue also has charming decor since it's a renovated movie theater. Before the show, stop by the Majestic Cafe for a glass of wine or a snack.
Features a state of the art sound system.
Whether you are looking for a musical, modern drama or comedy, Springfield's professional, not-for-profit theater has it all.
Symphony Hall and CityStage provide a nice venue for a wide range of performances. The theater seats 2611 people and has great acoustics. The theater originally opened in 1912, but has been recently renovated. From Broadway productions to theater for children, Symphony Hall will have a performance that everyone will love.
The Mass Mutual Center is a 6,679-seat multi-purpose arena in Springfield. It opened in 1972 and was the largest arenas in the region. It was owned and operated by the city for eighteen years. It provides an exhibition hall, ballroom and meeting rooms. Fairs, meetings, conferences, exhibitions and various events are scheduled here throughout the year.
For 60 years, the Springfield Symphony Orchestra has provided high quality musical performances to communities throughout the Pioneer Valley. The SSO is the largest professional orchestra in Massachusetts outside of Boston and is composed of approximately 80 musicians from the Pioneer Valley, Boston, and New York areas.
More than just the location for the New England State Fair (known as The Big E), the Eastern States Exposition Fairgrounds play host to numerous events throughout the year. Whether you are interested in model trains, livestock, outdoor sporting or home living, you can find an expo or conference for you on the property. Also on the fairgrounds is Storrowtown Village Museum, a re-creation of a 19th-century New England village.
Enjoy the treat of the finest Polynesian cuisine and entertainment at this dinner theater. With stellar performances from various visiting comedy clubs like Comedy Connection and music bands the Hu Ke Lau dinner theater is a great place to catch a show. This multi-facility dinner theater was established in the year 1965, and is comprised of a restaurant with a seating capacity for 65 guests, the grand Polynesian Show Room for 500 spectators and the Windjammer Room for around 150 spectators. The Hu Ke Lau also offers banquet and catering facilities for social and corporate events of any scale. Considered to be one of the best places to try out Chinese and Polynesian cuisine in this part of the county, visit their website for show updates and more updates.
Captain Charles Leonard House is a well know landmark of Agawam Massachusetts. The two-floor, white edifice was built as a tavern in 1805 by Charles Leonard. In 1975, the Leonard House was added to the National Register of Historic Places. The Captain Charles Leonard House is available for hosting meetings, conferences, weddings and other events.
Established in 1880, the John Boyle O'Reilly Club is a club that was formed to promote and preserve Irish culture. It encourages all Irish Americans to get together and celebrate this rich and varied culture. Though this establishment is based on Irish heritage, it does incorporate new and modern ideas. Also, the John Boyle O'Reilly Club hosts concerts, dance parties, quiz contests, art classes, football practice sessions and similar events. Apart from that, it has a 209-seater hall equipped with bar and kitchen, that can be hired for private receptions and parties. For updates and booking details, call ahead.
The Bing Arts Center is a community performance art center that has live performances, shows great firms, displays artwork in three galleries, and even hosts arts classes. Originally built as a Kossaboom’s Service Station the building what redone and became a movie theater in 1950 but was shut down in 1999. Afterwards, the building was remodeled and reopened, creating a cultural hub in Forest Park.
Mountain Park boasts of being "New England's Finest Amphitheater" with several recreational activities and cultural events. Located on Mount Tom, the place was formerly built as a trolley park by the Holyoke Street Railway Company. The park underwent many setbacks with changes in ownerships and was eventually shut; however in 2009, it was rebuilt and revived and today is a hub for a number of concerts, entertainment shows and family outings. Popular bands and artistes have laid down memorable performances here. Check the website for more.