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Worcester/New England Area

Welcome to the City of Worcester located in picturesque New England!

Worcester is the third largest city in New England, serving a population of over one million people. Major industries in the community include education (10 colleges), medical/health, burgeoning biotechnology, electronics, insurance, and diverse manufacturing. We are small enough to be personal and friendly, yet large enough to offer much to do.

We are located nearly equidistant from Boston, Newport and Providence RI, and Hartford, CT – approximately an hour from each. Our community and surrounding area offers all of the “four-season” activities you are looking for from summer beachside resorts and fall apple picking and hiking, to winter skiing and snowboarding, and spring mountain biking. Year round you will find cultural events that are truly striking for a community of our size.

For more information about the community and surrounding towns, please see our listing below or, or the Chamber of Commerce site

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City of Worcester

City of Worcester –

Worcester Public Library –

DCU Center – – one of the nation’s most successful arenas and Worcester’s largest venue for concerts, family shows, trade shows, sports events, and more. The attached state-of-the-art convention center includes 11 separate meeting rooms and 2 ballroooms, is fully integrated with the arena.

Art Galleries

ARTSWorcester – – a non-profit organization that provides programs for the Greater Worcester performing, literary, and visual artist community

Winthrop Studios – – Central New England’s leading digital fine art studio

Worcester Center for Crafts – – a center of contemporary craft education and an institution dedicated to collectors, students, exhibitors, and shoppers

Cultural Organizations

American Antiquarian Society – – a national research library of American history, literature, and culture through 1876

Worcester County Poetry Association – – a forum for local poets, students, and others to celebrate the rich literary history of Central Massachusetts


Old Sturbridge Village – – 200-acre village with collections, exhibits, and programs allowing visitors to enter the everyday life of a small New England town during the years 1790 to 1840

Worcester Art Museum – – houses more than 35,000 works of art representing more than 50 centuries of creative spirit

Worcester Historical Museum – – a unique organization dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting Worcester’s history in all time periods and subject areas

Musical Organizations

Music Worcester – – largest non-profit concert presenter of in central Massachusetts providing many performances by world-renowned artists

Thayer Symphony – – provides programs for the education, enrichment and pleasure of the citizens and musicians of the region

Theater Companies

Hanover Theatre – – Performing Arts theatre

Calliope Productions Inc – – a community theather located in Shrewsbury

Performance Centers

Mechanics Hall – – a historic landmark was built in 1857 as a site for exhibitions. Today it serves as a concert hall “par excellence,” hosting a variety of concerts, wedding, meetings and other events

Tuckerman Hall – – home to the Central Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra, contains two dazzling auditoriums with combined seating of 700

Area Colleges

Anna Maria College –

Assumption College –

Becker College –

Clark University –

Holy Cross College –

Fitchburg State College –

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences –

Nichols College –

Quinsigamond Community College –

Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine –

University of Massachusetts Medical School –

Worcester Polytechnic Institute –