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Worcester, Massachusetts Landmarks

The landmarks listed below are located in the city of Worcester, Massachusetts.

100 Front Street

100 Front Street

Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01608
Mercantile Center is a high-rise building in Downtown Worcester, Massachusetts. At 226 feet (69 m), the 19-story office tower is the third tallest building in Worcester.

Burnside Fountain

Burnside Fountain

Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01608
The Burnside Fountain is a non-functioning drinking fountain at the southeast corner of Worcester Common in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Cathedral of Saint Paul

Cathedral of Saint Paul

Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01609
The Cathedral of Saint Paul is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Worcester. Built between 1868 and 1889, it is one of the city's finest examples of Victorian Gothic architecture.

EcoTarium

EcoTarium

Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01604
The EcoTarium is a science and nature museum located in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Soldiers' Monument

Soldiers' Monument

Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts
Soldiers' Monument is an American Civil War monument on Worcester Common in Worcester, Massachusetts. Dedicated July 15, 1874.

The Palladium

The Palladium

Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01608
The Palladium is an all-ages concert hall and performance venue located in Worcester, Massachusetts. It was designed by architect Arlan W. Johnson and opened as a theatre in 1928 as the Plymouth Theatre.

Worcester Art Museum

Worcester Art Museum

Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01609
The Worcester Art Museum houses over 38,000 works of art dating from antiquity to the present day and representing cultures from all over the world. WAM opened in 1898 in Worcester, Massachusetts.

Worcester City Hall

Worcester City Hall

Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01608
The Worcester City Hall is a historic city hall in Worcester, Massachusetts. Worcester City Hall was designed by Peabody & Stearns and built by the Norcross Brothers in 1898.

Worcester Historical Museum

Worcester Historical Museum

Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01609
The Worcester Historical Museum, located in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts, was founded in 1875 as the Worcester Society of Antiquity. This museum is the only institution devoted entirely to local history and artifacts.

Worcester Plaza

Worcester Plaza

Worcester, Worcester County, Massachusetts 01608
Worcester Plaza is a building located in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts. Designed by Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo and Associates, it was completed in 1974, and is currently tied with Sky Mark Tower as the tallest building in Worcester.

Top 10 Most Popular Worcester Landmarks

  1. The Palladium
  2. Cathedral of Saint Paul
  3. Worcester Plaza
  4. Worcester Art Museum
  5. Burnside Fountain
  6. Worcester Historical Museum
  7. 100 Front Street
  8. Worcester City Hall
  9. Soldiers' Monument
  10. EcoTarium

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