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Visitors can enjoy hiking, supervised swimming, boating and other recreational activities at Chilson Beach. The beach also features ball fields and a playground and offer opportunities for birding and viewing other wildlife like beavers.
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185 Salisbury Street, Worcester, MA 01609 MoreLess Info
Over three million items are on 20 miles of shelves at American Antiquarian society, including books, newspapers, sheet music and more. Notably, the library holds the largest collection of printed materials through 1876. Free public tours are offered every Wednesday afternoon.
40 Highland Street, Worcester, MA 01609 MoreLess Info
As the former home of a wealthy 18th century family, Salisbury Mansion offers visitors a historic building with classic Georgian architecture. Visitors can join a group tour of the home and learn about the life of the Salisbury family.
This art gallery features the work of Christopher Myott, a full-time artist living in New Hampshire. The artist creates furniture from salvaged wood as well as paintings and drawings. Myott's work is inspired by utilitarian design and historical folklore.
La Cantina Wine School is operated by experienced winemakers, and teaches visitors how to make their own wines. Visitors select the vineyard from which their grapes come as well as the grapes themselves, then make wine in their chosen style.
A sports complex, Humiston Field features a dual-use field for baseball and soccer along with basketball and volleyball courts that serve as a winter ice skating rink. It also offers a children's playground, bleacher seating and a snack bar.
Located on over 180 acres of land, the Franklin Town Forest is a forest preserve that is popular among local nature enthusiasts. Visitors commonly enjoy hiking, biking, or walking through the preserve's many trails.