185 Salisbury Street. Founded in 1812 by Isaiah Thomas, the AAS’s library houses the largest and most accessible collection of books, pamphlets, broadsides, newspapers, periodicals, music, and graphic arts material printed material through 1876.
82 Salisbury Street. Donated in 1887 by Stephen Salisbury III to supply a 44.9 acre green space for the students and citizens of Worcester, Institute Park is home to Insititute Pond, three tennis courts, two monuments, a bandstand, and trails throughout the traquil parkgrounds.
40 Highland Street. Built in 1772, the Salisbury Mansion is Worcester’s only historic house museum. It has been restored to the 1830s period and is considered one of the best documented historic house museums in New England.
38 Harlow Street.The Sprinkler Factory is home to many independent artist studios and creative businessses but the central hub is the three expansive galleries, performance space, and learning center that is dedicated to the cultural enrichment of the City of Worcester.
10 Tuckerman Street. Designed in 1902 by Josephine Wright Chapman, one of America’s first female architects, it’s home to the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra and is a rental space for weddings, parties, concerts, lectures, dinners, fundraisers, meetings, and more.
55 Salisbury Street. Through transformative programs and exhibitions, drawing on its exceptional collection that dates from 3,000 BC to the present, the Worcester Art Museum connects people, communities and cultures through the experience of art.
25 Sagamore Road (main campus). Students and artists can practice ceramics, glass, jewelry-making, forging, bladesmithing and blacksmithing, enameling, and digital and darkroom photography is a inspiring, community setting on three campuses. There’s also a Gallery Store representing over 300 American artists.
100 Institute Road. Founded in 1865, WPI offers more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in science, engineering, technology, business, social sciences, and arts and humanities, and is a pioneer in project-based education.
69 Grove Street. The headquarters of Veterans Inc., a non-profit that provides services to veterans and their families in the New England area.
6 Institute Road. The Worcester Area Mission Society, established in 1829, addresses housing and poverty in Central Massachusetts and offers service learning opportunities for local youth.
87 Salisbury Street. Built in 1891, the is the first Armenian church in America.
64 Salisbury Street. Founded in 1885, the EUMC won Worcester’s Best Place of Worship award in 2018.
111 Park Avenue. Founded in 1812, the FBC Church is known for starting the first Sunday School in Worcester.
73 Lancaster Street. Founded in 1948, Trinity Lutheran is home to an amazing music program, phenomenal Scandinavian architecture, and oversees the TLC Christian Preschool and T.E.C. Montessori School.