Dr. Seuss, the guy who rhymed everything in all those books you read as a kid (or as an adult, no judgment), will be honored with a museum to his work in Springfield, Massachusetts set to open in mid-2016. According to a press release, the museum will be called The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss Museum, which is a huge stupid mistake.

The press release on Springfield Museums' website comes with details of the forthcoming museum to honor the Massachusetts native and children's writer:

Visitors will enter the 3,200 square-foot exhibition through a large entry hall designed to simulate elements of And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street. In succeeding galleries, visitors will explore a series of environments that replicate scenes from Dr. Seuss's imagination and encounter life-sized three-dimensional characters and places from the books.


The building's second floor is slated to house additional exhibits including a re-creation of Ted Geisel's studio, an exhibition about the making of the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden and other related displays.

Okay, sounds good. Probably gonna be pretty fun.

But why not name it the Seusseum? That's a way better idea.

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