Dr. Seuss museum opens its doors, just in time for you to plan a day trip during your summer vacation

With the school year quickly winding down, now comes the challenge of keeping the kids busy. Well, here's an idea for a day trip that will surely make the 'What I Did on School Vacation' list!

WCVB in Boston says the first national museum dedicated to the beloved children's author and illustrator Dr. Seuss has opened in his hometown of Springfield, Massachusetts.

'The Amazing World of Dr. Seuss' opened on June 3, and it features interactive exhibits, a collection of personal belongings and explains how the childhood experiences of the man, whose real name is Theodor Geisel, shaped his work. Like the books, the museum is meant to inspire and thrill children.