After some research we found out that they have what they call a museum "quadrangle," where you pay one flat fee ($12.50 a person, or $10.75 with military discount) to visit five museums in one day. Of course we couldn't pass up a deal like this, and it made driving an hour just to see statues of Dr. Seuss characters more reasonable.
|Life size T-Rex in the dinosaur exhibit!|
Since we were starving and the regular art museum had major shortcomings, we decided to skip the modern art museum and find somewhere to eat. Unfortunately, Springfield was
|Colin throwing up his "spud" gang sign :)|
After sitting down to order our plan b burgers, we found that those reviews were more than accurate. These burgers are so good they could turn even the strictest vegetarians back to meat (I'm looking at you, Ms. Ross!). Not only do they make their own ground beef in house, but they also use all natural free range meat (see picture below), and it definitely pays off. We were more than pleasantly surprised. It was definitely a risk we were glad we had taken.
Click in to see more pictures of us frolicking around the Dr. Seuss gardens!
|Colin and Yertle|
|Our attempt at a self picture with our buddy Lorax|
|Oh the Places You'll Go!|
|Colin with his BFFs Grinch and Max|
|The Dr. himself and Cat in the Hat|
|Colin and Thidwick|
|Thing 1 and Thing 2|
|Not Dr. Seuss related, but still cool - the original founder of Springfield|