Join us as we celebrate two years of the Amazing World of Dr. Seuss with a new additions to the museum and family activities. Free with museum admission!
Please note that while the activities will be open to all visitors, timed tickets for the Dr. Seuss Museum will sell-out fast–order advance tickets today!
All activities are FREE with museum admission.
Note: For nonmember tickets, click “Other dates” and advance calendar to June 15. If you would like to purchase a ticket using one of our many discounts or a reciprocal membership, you will need to do this transaction in person on the day of your visit at the Welcome Center. Advance ticket sales are at full-price only.
New Exhibits in the Dr. Seuss Museum, 10 am-5 pm
Check out the new interactives, including the upgraded Seuss Bakery and a new gallery featuring the Grinch! (Timed ticket required.)
Meet the Cat in the Hat and Thing 1 and Thing 2, 11 am-2 pm
Get a high five or a hug, and get your photo taken with Dr. Seuss’s most famous characters!
Family Science Adventures, 11 am-2 pm
Explore the Science Museum and find the Roving Scientist. You never know what kind of demonstrations and hands-on activities they have in store for you!
Build Our Own Seussville, 11 am-3 pm
Use recycled materials like paper towel tubes, boxes, and cups to help create a fun and whimsical city! Be inspired by the castle in the Oh the Places You’ll Go, Whoville, or your very own hometown. Add your own architecture to this group project!
More Wild Than You Think, 11 am-3 pm
What makes the Cat in the Hat so wild? Learn about real-life feline adaptation by getting up close to tracks, furs, skulls, claws, and teeth of the Cat’s wild friends!
Balloons with Professors Knows A. Lot, 11 am-3 pm
Twisting, bending, shaping balloons – what kind will you choose?
The Expandable Brass Band, 1 pm
Loud, raucous, and full of fun, the Expandable Brass Band is dedicated to spreading joyful music to the people of Western Massachusetts and beyond.
Art Discovery Center, noon-4 pm
Trace Chinese characters, try on costumes, play gallery games, peek under lift-up panels on the Wall of Symbols to discover the meaning behind Asian motifs, put on a puppet show, and make an art project.