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Handpicked Top 3 Places To See in Worcester, Massachusetts. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!

WORCESTER ART MUSEUM

55 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609

Since 1898

Art Museum, Tours, Classes, Events, Exhibitions, Collections, Adult Classes, Youth Classes, Family Classes, Teen Classes, Vacation Week, Events and Programs, Workshops, Library, Cafe, Shop, Weddings, Corporate Events, Social Events, Birthday Parties, Facility Rentals, Cultural Activities & Summer Camp

Members, Ages 3 and under: Free Admission - They started as a small three-story building, designed by Stephen Earle and constructed by Messrs - The built a 37,000-piece collection that spans over fifty centuries

Price: Adults $14, Seniors 65 and over $12, Ages 4-17 $6, College Students with ID $12 / Free on the third Thursday of each month

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Wed - Fri & Sun : 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Sat : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Mon & Tue : Closed

What a treat! Went here with a friend for Flora in Winter. First time for Flora, my friend's first time to WAM. We were so impressed. They did a fabulous job. We attended a floral demonstration - A+. My friend, who has volunteered at Art in Bloom at MFA and has attended a number of their demos, said this was far better than the few she's been to at MFA. I would agree. Full of useful information. The buffet lunch was terrific. And the docent tour following was well done.

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ECOTARIUM

222 Harrington Way, Worcester, MA 01604

Since 1825

Science Museum, Science and Nature Exhibits, Planetarium, Animals, Outdoor Explorations, Events and Activities, Field Trips, Educational Programs, Parties, Private Events, Summer Discovery Camp, A Night at The Museum, Turtle Travels, The Third Century Plan Campaign, Daily Science Discovery Programs & Live Animal Habitats

Ecotarium Members, Children under 2: Free Admission - Active military personnel and military spouses receive 2 for 1 admission valid for up to 2 free admissions with purchase of same or lesser value Military ID required

Price: Adults $18.00, Children/Youth Ages 2-18 $14.00, Senior Citizens Age 65 and older $14.00, College Students Student ID required $14.00

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ecotarium.org

Tue - Sat : 10:00 am - 5:00 pm Sun : 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm Mon : Closed

While I town visiting my sisters family, we decided to unleash our combined 4 boys loose at the Ecotarium for the afternoon. For us,the visit was free...yes, folks, purchase the ATSC science passport, and enjoy reciprocity at hundreds of science museums. Jackpot! As far as kids science museums go,this one is pretty darn good. Inside, the mount Washington exhibit had some really cool hands on displays...my favorite was the 78 mph wind tunnel.

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WORCESTER HISTORICAL MUSEUM

30 Elm Street, Worcester, MA 01609

Since 1875

The Museum, Group Tours, Exhibitions, Shop, Rentals, Alden Family Gallery, Salisbury Mansion, The Artifact Collection, Library Policies and Procedures, Rights and Reproductions, Abby Goes Digital, Events Calendar, Program Events, Summer Camps, Family Zone, Educator Programs, Private Parties & Special Events

Museum Members & Children (18 & under): Free Admission - Receive 2 for 1 admission with the presentation of their WOO Card - The Worcester Society of Antiquity’s new home a Romanesque Revival-style brick structure

Price: Adults $5.00 per person, Seniors/Students (with a valid ID) $4.00 per person, Guided Tours (Up to 3 Teachers Free) $5.00 per person, Self-Guided Tours (Up to 3 Teachers Free)

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worcesterhistory.org

Tue - Sat : 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Sun & Mon : Closed

I've lived in Worcester my whole life and learned so much about our city's past from spending an afternoon here with a close friend. There was an exhibit called 50 Objects as well as a photography exhibit of Worcester Center that just amazed me. Time flew by wandering from room to room. I remarked to my companion that I enjoyed this museum more than my recent visit to The Smithsonian.

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