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Gateway to the serene green Berkshires and Western Massachusetts, Springfield is home to the Basketball Hall of Fame, Six Flags New England and is the birthplace of Dr. Seuss.
Symphony Hall, located on the Court Street, is a dynamic performing arts venue for a wide range of cultural extravaganzas. There is not a bad seat in the house and equipped with excellent acoustics and state-of-the-art facilities, every event held here is a success. Home to a gamut of events; from Broadway productions to theater for children, Symphony Hall will have a performance that everyone will love.
The Pan African Historical Museum USA, also called PAHMUSA, is an interesting museum that explores the history of African and African American cultures. Stroll through the exhibits and view beautiful modern and historical artwork and interesting artifacts. On Saturdays you can schedule an appointment to go on the African American Heritage Trail Tour. This informative walking tour starts at the museum and takes you around the city to learn about Springfield's role in the Underground Railroad.
Tower Square is one of the tallest skyscrapers in Springfield and has 29 floors that feature shops, restaurants, offices and entertainment venues. This building was constructed in 1970 and has a height of 371 feet (113 meters).