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Worcester, Massachusetts, is an upscale, highly livable, and destination city located in the heart of New England. It is home to more than 200,000 people, and depending on the time of the year, 35,000 college students attend the area's best colleges. The city is home to a lot of history and excellent schools. If you want to send flowers to Worcester, From You Flowers can help you.

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Eisenberg Assisted Living Residence
631 Salisbury Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01609

Tatnuck Park at Worcester
340 May Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01602

Christopher Heights of Worcester
20 Mary Scano Drive
Worcester, Massachusetts 01605

New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill
11 French Drive
Boylston, Massachusetts 01505

Hadwen Arboretum at Clark University
215 Lovell Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01603

Mercadante Funeral Home & Chapel
370 Plantation Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01605

Graham Putnam Mahoney Funeral Parlors
838 Main Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01610

O'Connor Brothers Funeral Home
592 Park Avenue
Worcester, Massachusetts 01603

Saint Vincent Hospital
123 Summer Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01608

UMass Memorial Medical Center - Memorial Campus
119 Belmont Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01605

UMass Memorial Medical Center
385 Grove Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01605

Quinsigamond Community College
670 W Boylston Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01606

Worcester State University
486 Chandler Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01602

College of the Holy Cross
1 College Street
Worcester, Massachusetts 01610

As a large and vibrant city, there are a number of outstanding neighborhoods located throughout the city. In the north area of the city, Greendale, Indian Hill, and Burncoat are the largest neighborhoods. In the center area of the city are the Elm Park, Main Middle, and Crown Hill neighborhoods. Downtown has a few options too, including Lincoln Square with its historic buildings. On the west side, the more prominent neighborhoods include Salsbury Street, Forest Grove, and Tatnuck. On the East Side of the city are Great Brook Valley, Brittan Square, and the Booth Apartments area.

Popular Things to Do in Worcester

Worcester has lots of amenities for those looking for something to do or explore. The EcoTarium, an indoor and outdoor ecology museum designed for kids, is a fantastic place to start. The Worcester Art Museum and New England Botanic Garden at Tower Hill are also treasures in the city. The city is also home to Commerce Bank Field at Foley Stadium to catch a game. The Ski Ward Ski Area is a popular destination during the winter months. During the warmer months, Mass Audubonís Broad Meadow Brook and Elm Park areas are fantastic places for hiking, skating, watching nature, and enjoying the areaís waterways. That includes exploring the Wachusett Reservoir.