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  • Attractions

    »Ethan Allen House and Gun Shop

    The Ethan Allen House and Gun Shop is a red brick Greek Revival structure. This house was the manufacturer of guns and introduced single shot pistols, and the pocket rifles and several other guns. The technology of these guns had varied from the time it had started to the time in began growing the market. This house is a great visit place as it offers the great view of the gun shop. This place was added as the National Historical Site in 1995.

    37 Waterville Street
    Grafton, MA 01536

    »Quinsigamond State Park

    Located on Lake Quinsigamond at tow sites: Regatta Point and Lake Park. The parks offer swimming, sailing, picnicking, fishing and rowing crew regattas.

    10 North Lake Avenue
    Worcester, Massachusetts

    »EcoTarium

    The EcoTarium is an excellent place to learn about the ecosystem. The EcoTarium studies on nature and the flora and fauna kingdom. The museum has indoor and outdoor exhibits of natural history as well as animals in their natural habitats. They offer various educational programs, nature trails and other interesting activities that will help you get acquainted with nature. For further details, do visit their website.

    222 Harrington Way
    Worcester, MA 01604

    »Tower Hill Botanic Garden

    Tower Hill Botanic Garden was established in 1986 by the Worcester County Horticultural Society. Spread over 132 acres (53.4 hectares), this verdant landscape is replete with orchards, woodlands, gardens, trails, fountain and water features. Explore the gardens for over 100 ancient trees, native and exotic plant life, and scenic views of the Mount Wachusett and the Wachusett Reservoir.

    11 French Drive
    Boylston, MA 01505

    »Washburn and Moen North Works District

    The Washburn and Moen North Works District that encompasses the Grove Street is certainly a historically significant area. It owes its name to the Washburn and Moen Manufacturing Company that led to the development and prosperity of Worcester. The district was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

    Grove Street
    Worcester, MA 01605

    »Waldo Street Police Station

    The Waldo Street Police Station is a former police station built in 1918. Built with the Renaissance style of architecture, it was designed by the noted architect George H. Clemence. It was listed as a historic building in the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.

    Waldo Street
    Worcester, MA 01608

    »Henry Goulding House

    The Henry Goulding House perfectly represents the Italianate architecture that was prevalent in the 19th Century. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it houses the Swedish Lutheran Home for the Aged.

    26 Harvard Street
    Worcester, MA 01609

    »Worcester City Hall and Common

    The city hall and the town common, are two historic structure popularly adressed as the Worcester City Hall and Common. These historic structures are designed in the Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals. The town common is used as a meeting house, where the town meetings, religious functions are all conducted. On the other hand, the City Hall is a major hub for the downton Worcester. Some of the prominent official opertions of Worcester are taken place as the City Hall, the hall is also known as the fourth largest structure of Worcester.

    455 Main Street
    Worcester, MA 01608

    »Peter Rice Homestead

    Captain Peter Rice House that was constructed in 1688 was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It was the home of the Peter Rice family, which was considered an important and prominent Marlborough family of that time .The Marlborough Historical Society now occupies the Captain Peter Rice House, the house is open to all visitors.

    377 Elm Street
    Marlborough, MA 01752

    »Cathedral of Saint Paul Worcester

    Cathedral of St. Paul or the Saint Paul's Cathedral was designed by Elbridge Boyden. Construction of the Gothic structure was completed in the 1870s and was incorporated in the National Register of Historical Places in 1980.

    38 High Street
    Worcester, MA 01609

    »Bancroft Tower

    Quietly tucked among the gorgeous historic houses in Worcester, it can be easy to miss the Bancroft Tower, but this place is definitely worth a visit. Erected at the start of the 20th Century in memory of American historian and statesman, George Bancroft, this 56-foot (17-meter) natural stone and granite tower is designed to look like a miniature feudal castle. Vandalism has resulted in the actual access to the tower being restricted but the grounds surrounding it are well-maintained making it a perfect place to have a picnic or just take in the quiet, beautiful atmosphere. The Bancroft Tower was included in the National Register of Historical Places in 1980.

    Bancroft Tower Road
    Worcester, MA 01602

    »Elm Park

    The Elm Historic Park is a public park that features some of the most prettiest footbridges, landscapes, paths that lead you through the park and ponds. Along with a serene atmosphere with greenery around this place offers a tennis court, and a basketball court. Picnic areas, hiking and paddle boat rides are available too. This park is most preferred for an evening walk by the locals and is most visited by tourists to enjoy the beauty.

    284 Highland Street
    Worcester, MA 01602
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