Located in Central Massachusetts Worecester is the second largest city in New England, after Boston. Besides its metropolis, there are also many natural beauties prominently placed throughout the city.
The city boasts an ideal location – 45 miles from Boston and 38 miles from Providence, Rhode Island. More than 182,000 people are proud and happy to call Worcester home.
Worcester is home to a number of beautiful parks. Noteworthy among them are Elm Park and Green Hill Park both offer picnic areas, hiking trails, and picturesque views to satisfy any outdoor craving. Broad Brook Meadow Conservation Area is another great natural experience. It is the largest urban wildlife sanctuary in New England and offers a number of trails through woods, marsh, fields and streams.
For those taking and interest in culture, Worcester has much to offer as well. The Worcester Art Museum is the second largest art museum in New England and is a must-see for any art enthusiast.
A large portion of the city’s present economy is driven by healthcare and education. With 12 hospitals, 11 colleges/universities, and a plethora of public and private schools, the employment opportunities are seemingly endless.
. Prominent colleges in the area include Clark University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, and University of Massachusetts Medical School Worcester.
With an endless variety of activities and a thriving economy, more than 182,000 people are proud and happy to call Worcester home.