Please Note!

The Museums


Monday–Saturday: 10 am–5 pm
11 am–5 pm


Open: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Presidents’ Day, Patriots’ Day, Columbus Day and Veterans Day.

Closed: New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

1 Ticket = 5 Museums

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

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

Special exhibit fees may apply to all visitors.

Dr. Seuss Sculpture Garden


Patriots’ Day to Columbus Day: Daily, 9 am-8 pm
Columbus Day through Patriots’ Day: Daily, 9 am-5 pm

Holidays: Closed New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.



Museum Store


Monday–Saturday: 10 am–5 pm
11 am–5 pm

Holidays: Closed New Year’s Day, Easter, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.


Springfield Museums Members and US Military Veterans save 10% every day on regularly priced items

Free gift wrapping for Society of William Rice members

Springfield History Library & Archives


Tuesday-Thursday: 12-4 pm
Friday: By Appointment
First Saturday of the month: 12-4 pm


With General Admission: Free

Archives Only: $9

Blake House Café


Daily: 11 am-4 pm

Free Wi-Fi


Blake House Cafe Menu

Please refrain from bringing outside food and drink into the Blake House Café. If you have a food allergy or special food needs and must bring your own food, please notify the café manager. 

Program Calendar
Current Exhibitions
Two Sculptures By Don Gummer
Constructing Poetry: Sculptural Work By Don Gummer
Constructing Poetry: Sculptural Work by Don Gummer

Simultaneously formal and lyrical, constructed and poetic, Don Gummer’s three-dimensional works explore ideas about balance, stability, energy, and space. Best known for abstract, large-scale sculptures that seem to reach, swirl, or expand upward, Gummer has long been invested in creating…

Cut ‘N’ Rough Collection
Cut ‘N’ Rough Collection

A collection of cut stone displayed side-by-side with the same stone in its original rough state, on loan from Fred Wilda and Helen Rodak of Hadley, MA. The large, bright glass case, donated by the Connecticut Valley Mineral Club, is…

Capturing Our Worlds: Works By The Springfield Photographic Society
Capturing Our Worlds: Works by the Springfield Photographic Society

Featuring over thirty works by members of the Springfield Photographic Society, an organization of local photographers, this exhibition highlights diverse approaches to capturing the world in which we live. From landscapes that depict locales from Western Massachusetts to Vietnam, to…

Horn Man: The Life And Musical Legacy Of Charles Neville
Horn Man: The Life and Musical Legacy of Charles Neville

Known onstage as “Charlie the horn man,” R&B and jazz musician Charles Neville was born in 1938 in New Orleans. Immersed in New Orleans’s musical influences early on, Charles and his siblings formed the Neville Brothers, later best-known for songs…

Wild Kratts: Creature Power
Wild Kratts: Creature Power

Get ready for an Extraordinary Adventure! Step into the world of Wild Kratts® to explore the secret lives of amazing creatures in this special exhibit. Immerse yourself in animal habitats from around the globe, discover incredible creature powers and go…

Ai Weiwei: Tradition And Dissent
Ai Weiwei: Tradition and Dissent

Ai Weiwei: Tradition and Dissent features selections from three decades of work created by internationally renowned artist and social activist Ai Weiwei (Chinese, born 1957). One of today’s most versatile creative minds and a vocal critic of the Chinese government,…

Two Sculptures By Don Gummer A Variety Of Cut And Uncut Gems Sparks By Fred LeBlanc Charles Neville Wild Kratts: Creature Power Artist Ai Weiwei