In the Massachusetts city of Worcester, you may learn about local history at the Worcester Historical Museum and stroll around the lovely Green Hill Park.
Over 35,000 works in a range of media, including painting, sculpture, printing, and photography, as well as decorative arts, drawing, and media, are on display at the museum.
Massachusetts Vietnam Veterans Memorial
The Massachusetts Vietnam Veterans Memorial honours those who lost their lives fighting for their country in Vietnam.
The Hanover Theatre
The theatre, which hosts a wide variety of acts and is referred to as the "cultural jewel of Central Massachusetts," can accommodate up to 2300 spectators.
Green Hill Park
On Skyline Drive in Worcester, there is a sizable municipal park called Green Hill Park. It is the biggest park in the city, with a total area of more than 480 acres.
Located on Highland Street, the Salisbury Mansion is a historic house museum in Worcester.
The Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra is housed in Tuckerman Hall, a music venue on Tuckerman Street.
Worcester Historical Museum
A variety of old documents, relics, and items from the town's past are on display at the WHM.
American Antiquarian Society
It is established in 1812 by Revolutionary War hero Isaiah Thomas, consists of a significant independent research library and scholarly organization.