Explore Worcester’s Past
Worcester has contributed to everything from the Wild West to NASA. Learn More »
Step In. Space Out.
See the Red Bull Stratos Pressure Suit used by daredevil Felix Baumgartner and join us for free fun activities during April Vacation. Learn More »
Worcester in the 1960s
A new exhibit that explores the the redevelopment and renewal of Worcester in the 1960s. Learn More »
Laurel / Clayton
Thomas Doughton discusses the history and development of "the old neighborhood" and its demise in the 1960s. Learn More »
Alden Family Gallery
A new way to experience Worcester history for children and families to learn, discover, and explore. Learn More »
Abby Goes Digital!
A new online digital archive of the letters of Abby Kelley Foster from the collections of WHM and AAS. Learn More »
The Pill
Dr. Thoru Pederson examines some of the lesser known and bizarre confluences that resulted in Worcester’s role in the development of the birth control pill. Learn More »
Salisbury Mansion
Visit Worcester's only historic house museum built in 1772 by a bachelor merchant from Boston, Stephen Salisbury. Learn More »
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