Red, circular medallion with the Cat in the Hat from Dr. Seuss' books at the center.

The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, the newest museum on the Quadrangle, is devoted to Springfield native Theodor Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss! The fully bilingual (Spanish and English) first floor features family friendly, interactive exhibits exploring Dr. Seuss’s Springfield roots and providing opportunities to experiment with new sounds and vocabulary, play rhyming games, and invent stories–all in line with Geisel’s revolutionary role in changing how we learn to read.

The second floor, curated by Geisel’s two step daughters and great nephew, recreates Geisel’s studio and living room (with the furniture and art materials he actually used) and features never before publicly displayed art, family photographs and letters, and the original Geisel Grove sign which used to hang in Forest Park.  You can even find Theophrastus, the toy stuffed dog Ted Geisel’s mother gave to him when he was a boy in Springfield.

New Interactive Stations Ready for Play!

  • Giant Marble Maze
  • The Seuss Bakery
  • Whoville with Ball Wall and Light Wall
  • Lorax Recycle Game
  • And more!


Visitor Info


Tuesday–Saturday: 10 am–5 pm
Sunday: 11 am–5 pm
Monday: Closed

1 Ticket = 5 Museums

Adults: $25
Seniors (60+): $16.50
College Students: $16.50
Youth 3–17: $13
Children Under 3: Free

Springfield Residents (with valid ID): Free – youth included

Reservations & Timed Entry Procedure

Due to the popularity of the Dr. Seuss Museum, guests who plan to visit on the weekends or during school vacation are encouraged to make reservations to help ensure an opportunity to experience the new museum. We are using timed entry tickets in order to permit plenty of room for guests to enjoy the interactive exhibits in the new museum. Please note: Reservations/advance tickets are available at full-price only.

Learn more about reservations and timed entry