Westfield is a city in Hampden County, in the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts, United States. Westfield was first settled in 1660. It is part of the Springfield, Massachusetts Metropolitan Statistical Area. The population was 41,094 at the 2010 census.
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5 based on 133 reviews
My mother, Norma Hopper, who just recently “passed over” used to playing “the bells” in the carillon tower for years & years! She also played at all weddings during that time period! Before that I visited Stanley Park, as a young child w/ my “NANA”, Winifred Roberts! It was a good fifty plus years ago when there was just a “weeded path” around the lake, in those days! My grandmother adored it, my mother did and so do I! How far The is beautiful park has come, from those “early days” is amazing! They offer so many fee services, activities and fun things for the community, that it is amazing! I bring our grandsons here for free concerts onnearly Friday mornings in the summer! Thee many concerts( DONNA LEE, TOUCH OF ELVIS, DIAMOND COLLECTION & on & on in summer) are truly fantastic & all free! The park itself is breathtakingly( no charge either to enter park or use any of their beautiful picnic tables, grills and fantastic playground for children( you can rent enclosed patios for children’s parties or celebrations! The park itself w/ rose gardens, Japanese gardens, beautiful wooden pathway around pond(s) is absolutely beautiful! The trees, the fountains, the beauty stays with you long after you leave this beautiful park! My heart cries for my mother but somehow, walking this beautiful park, I know she lives on, I feel close to her here!
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Stopped here while on a brewery tour of western Mass. They had a good beer selection which was very enjoyable.
We had lunch before arriving so we didn't try any of the food. It smelled amazing. We will definitely be back for lunch and more beer.
4.5 based on 536 reviews
Lots of interesting things to see and food everywhere. Went on a weekday and it was busy but not overcrowded. Could not imagine what traffic ans crowds would be on a weekend. Bought some unique items from vendors and the state buildings were great to go through. Spend a full day and enjoy!!
4.5 based on 233 reviews
This Armory, which manufactured and tested firearms for the U.S. military from 1794 to 1968, houses the country's largest collection of small weapons. While the first floor is free, there's a fee for the second floor, which displays rare weapons and the largest collection of Confederate weapons anywhere.
Have not been to Springfield Armory Museum in over 30 years. The National Park Service has done a very nice job with the displays. Many of the machine guns on displays were stored for years in the basement. I hope they continue to improve. A valuable tribute to our fighting men and the men who designed weapons for them. Worth stopping to enjoy. Good for the entire family. The museum is free, but a small donation is welcomed.
5 based on 11 reviews
A wonderful garden.Filled w/ many flowers ,shrubs and trees.Lots of places to sit and enjoy nature.The Centre Gazebo heavily laden w/ vines offers a natural cool down place..I go there often when I'm in Westfield
4 based on 11 reviews
Great semi-private course. played there by chance twice during an unexpected extended stay in Springfield. About 25 minutes from downtown, but worth the ride. The greens fees are not muni fees but neither is the course. Don't let the front none lull you into complacency. The back nine are a lot of blind shots that require hitting the fairway. The greens could have been a little better manicured. Played in the mid afternoon and spike marks abound!
The GPS on the carts was a blessing.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Day-use park offers consists of 811 acres of frontage on the Westfield River, offering a variety of outdoor recreation including bicycling paths, walking trails, mountain biking, fishing, canoeing and cross-country skiing.
Robinson isn't great if you want a park to entertain your kids. But if you want to take your dog for a walk there's a paved road to travel with hills and river scenery. Or you could follow the trails into the woods for hiking and biking.
4.5 based on 384 reviews
The Springfield Museums, located in the heart of downtown Springfield, Massachusetts, is comprised of four world-class museums covering art, history, and science, plus the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden.
Out of state visitors pay an inclusive fee to see all 5 museums...for us it was 86 dollars which included the 30 minute planetarium experience ( two adults and two teens). It was well worth it! Friendly staff, beautiful buildings,cool exhibits! Tons of interactive things that younger kids would enjoy. Learned tons about Springfield itself. A must visit!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
I've lived in Westfield over 5 years, and had no idea this existed until recently. Took my 1yr old son here, and he loved it!! Plenty of room to run around, and lots of stuff for him to touch and look at. We go during the week at off hours, and it's never been crowded. Not sure how it is on the weekends.
4.5 based on 376 reviews
Bring the kids to this outdoor sculpture garden where the Cat in the Hat, the Grinch, and other beloved Dr. Seuss characters are immortalized in bronze, life-size statues all designed by Geisel's step-daughter, sculptor Lark Grey Dimond-Cates.
My wife and I visited the Dr Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden in Springfield, Massachusetts, during a tour of New England. We decided to go, as it was recommended in our guide book.
There is a small parking lot opposite the museum and the sculpture display consists of a series of bronze sculptures that were made by Dr Seuss’s step-daughter. Some, like the elephant are quite large.
Next to the garden is the Dr Seuss Museum (“The Amazing World of Dr Seuss”). We did not have time to visit that but for Dr Seuss buffs, it is probably essential viewing.
A fun place to visit if you are visiting Springfield.
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