Worcester Sights and Landmarks Guide, Massachusetts
Take pleasure in the attractive sights of Worcester
In the very heart of England, at the center of one of the best and amazing parts of the country is located the beautiful city of Worcester. Fantastically surrounded by fabulous historical towns and charming landscapes and villages, this city features a rich culture and tradition, events and architecture of international significance.
Ideally located in Massachusetts, Worcester is a marvelous place to be. Famous for its nightlife and friendly environment, this city has to offer mind blowing sights and tourist destinations as well. The sights in Worcester are not just worth enjoying, they are also brilliant to spend one’s day.
These wonderful sights offered by the city attract the attention of a large number of travelers from different parts of the world. Some of the sights that one should not miss visiting include:
Mechanics Hall: This magnificent hall provides a large array of literature readings, performances, concerts and the annual Worcester Music Festival and also serves as a great recording studio. They flaunt off the part performers like Dvorak, Mel Torme, Ella Fitzgerald, Theodore Roosevelt and Dickens. Built in the year 1857, the hall boasts of being the country’s ‘finest pre-Civil War concert hall’. It was duly constructed by the Worcester County Mechanics Association. The performances and shows are conducted every year so as to ensure that the visitors can have a great time all year round. Quinsigamond State Park: The lake Quinsigamond is used frequently as a rowing and sailing training ground. Being possessed with a 2000 meters rowing course, the park offers guests brilliant picnicking facilities, tennis courts and a beach suitable for swimming.
DCU Center: This famous center holds various sports as well as musical events each month along with numerous trade shows, family shows and circuses. They are even the home of Worcester Sharks American Hockey League group.
Salisbury Mansion: This is home to one of the various Worcester County’s most rich families. Built in 1772, the mansion is open for trips on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. It also provides special programs and exhibits to the visitors.
The Lucky Dog Music Hall: It hosts a wide range of musical performers like Bruce Springsteen, Alice Cooper and Everly Brothers.
So, instead of wasting your time to plan a great holiday in some ordinary destination, try visiting Worcester and enjoying its pleasurable and excellent sights and other tourist activities. The sights are a perfect blend of entertainment, interest, excitement and knowledge.
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