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Connecticut Valley Historical Museum

The Connecticut Valley Historical Museum presents the history and traditions of Springfield, Connecticut and the Connecticut Valley through locally made objects. These objects include furniture, silver goods, motorcycles, antique automobiles, industrial artifacts, and historical firearms. The museum also celebrates famous people from the region, with Theodor "Dr. Seuss" Geisel perhaps being most widely known. The library includes a collection of French Canadian church records.

The museum offers exhibits and a genealogy and local history library.