*These attractions are serviced by Worcester CityRide
on select evenings and weekends.
The "WAM" has been a Worcester landmark since 1898. Housing over 35,000 pieces of art from the past 5,000 years, the museum has something for everyone.
100 Barber Avenue
The only museum in the Western Hemisphere dedicated to the study and display of arms and armor; this is a true Worcester gem!
222 Harrington Way
The Ecotarium is a unique indoor and outdoor museum that brings the magic of science and nature to life for children and adults.
414 Massasoit Road
The largest urban wildlife sanctuary in New England featuring over 400 acres with dozens of trails. Visitors have the chance to hike or bike through the Sanctuary to experience the wonder of nature first hand.
70 Worcester-Providence Turnpike
The Shoppes at Blackstone Valley, located just off Route 146, is Central Massachusetts' largest open-air shopping center. Home to over 50 retailers and restaurants including Gap, Old Navy, Target, Kohl's, Best Buy, Red Robin and Coldstone Creamery, Blackstone Valley also features Regal Cinema's.
601 Donald Lynch Boulevard
This is the largest of three malls in the Worcester area and features shopping choices from Macy's to Sketchers to Forever 21. Solomon Pond Mall also contains a Regal Cinema's, T.G.I. Friday's and Bertucci's. Also located on Donald Lynch Boulevard are Target, Borders and Olive Garden.