Chicopee, Massachusetts

Chicopee is a city built along the Connecticut River in Hampden County, Massachusetts. Because many important highways ( I-90, I-91, I-291, and I-391) and State routes (33, 116, and 141) pass through the city’s boundaries, Chicopee is also known as “Crossroads of New England.” Overall, it is a place with rich historical origins and a lively Polish community depicted on Chicopee’s numerous historic sites, buildings, and cultural events. A few of the top Chicopee attractions include Frank J. Szot Memorial Park, Chicopee Memorial State Park, the Basilica of St. Stanislaus, Cabotville Historic Sycamore Trees, Edward Bellamy House, etc. Also, many great annual festivals are being held in Chicopee, such as “The Great New England Air Show” and the “The World Kielbasa Festival” attracting tens of thousands of visitors every year. Regarding budget accommodation, most of the and nearby Chicopee charge $65 – $130 per room per night.