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Rolls Royce Exhibit at Connecticut Valley Historical Museum

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Rolls Royce Exhibit at Connecticut Valley Historical Museum

I read this article in the Hartford Courant (…courant.com/2009-04-03/news/west_hartford-_…) on an exhibition of M. Allen Swift's rolls royce at the Connecticut Valley Historical Museum> I'd like to go see it in October. Can anyone share tips about the Museums other exhibits and suggestions for how to spend a weekend in Springfield?

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1. Re: Rolls Royce Exhibit at Connecticut Valley Historical Museum

The CVHM is one of several museums that comprise the "Quadrangle" in Springfield - others include a science museum, 2 art museums and a museum on Springfield's history & the Public Library. There is also a sculpture garden featuring Dr. Seuss characters which is fun for kids.


Other things to do in Springfield: the Basketball Hall of Fame, The Springfield Armory



If you are going to stay in Springfield, I would recommend the Sheraton Monarch Place starwoodhotels.com/sheraton/…

There's lots of other stuff to do in W. Mass if you are interested.

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