Never again will you have a night where you say "What do we do?" Here are some hidden (and well-known) secrets of Springfield that you won't want to miss.
There's no lack of diverse food in our fine city. You can find just about anything you're in the mood for. If you're craving Mexican food, consider Picante, or Cathay 22 is a good option for diners looking for good Chinese food. Muscle Maker Grill is here for health-conscious residents, and for a good laugh check out Scotty's Pub & Comedy Cove.
To love a town even more, you should know its history. Springfield played an important role in the Revolutionary War. On June 23rd, 1780, the Battle of Springfield, an American victory, occurred nearly two decades before the town was incorporated. AnchorIf you want to see where the battle occurred and other Revolutionary-era buildings, you can check out the National Register of Historic Places to find landmarks like the Cannon Ball House, which was used as a hospital by the British and the town's First Presbyterian Church.
There are plenty of fun things to do if you're feeling the threat of boredom. Ballpark, an indoor baseball facility, has half a dozen batting cages that are open to the public. There's a variety of coaching and training facilities and programs for youth players. There's also a weight room and a food court.
Screamin' Parties has fun for the whole family (but especially kids) with large moon bounce inflatables, giant slides, inflatable climbers, bouncers, obstacle courses, interactive games, simulators, video game floors and more.
There's endless fun in Springfield, you just have to look around for it. For news or recent events, just check out Springfield's Patch page.