LOOK: You can now relive your favorite Dr. Seuss books in this museum
Dr. Seuss comes to life in this homey museum
Jul 13, 2017
Dr. Seuss fans can revisit their childhood and let their own children experience his magical world. Theodor Geisel, more famous as his moniker Dr. Seuss, was born in the town of Springfield, Massachusetts where the first ever Dr. Seuss museum had just recently opened its doors to the public.
Springfield’s Dr. Seuss Museum features interactive displays along with Geisel’s memorabilia, including an extensive bow tie collection. The exhibits include never-before-seen sculptures and illustrations, while rhyme and word play are prevalent themes across the space. The museum allows both children and parents to extend the limits of their imagination with visual and linguistic elements. Check out the photos below.
Photos courtesy of Springfield Museums.
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