Ted’s Studio & Sitting Room

Dr. Seuss at his drawing table
Photo courtesy of Elizabeth N. Cahill

Ted Geisel’s step-daughters, Lark Grey Dimond-Cates and Leagrey Dimond, have donated numerous items to the Springfield Museums from their personal collections of Dr. Seuss memorabilia, art work and objects, all of which will be displayed on the second floor of the new museum. The collection items include original artwork given by Ted to his step-daughters, his drawing desk, plus furniture and decorative objects from Ted’s home studio where he spent so much of his time.

Explore the national memorial with sculptor—and Dr. Seuss’s stepdaughter—Lark Grey Dimond-Cates.

MUSEUMS TEMPORARILY CLOSED

In response to the community health effort to slow the spread of COVID-19, the Museums are temporarily closed. Please check the calendar for details about events, programs, and classes. Many have been canceled, postponed, or are offered online.