Worcester MA - 10 best things to do in Worcester
Worcester is city with a lot happening, we’re a place for business, a college town, a medical center and fun place to be. We’re right in the middle of state so whether you’re driving or flying we’re easy to get to.
Like many cities in Massachusetts we started life as a textile and manufacturing hub. Today the old mill buildings have been converted to lofts and office space and we’ve grown into a biotech, medical and business hotspot.
But we’re not just about working we educate too. Worcester is home to 7 colleges and universities. You’ll fine students and faculty everywhere! The education system is one of our major employers and keeps the city humming.
Need some culture, we’ve got that too. Check out our museums like the Worcester Art or Historical Museum. For music or live theatre it’s Mechanics Hall one of the oldest concert halls in the country. The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts brings Broadway shows. And Tuckerman Hall is home to the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra.
Our DCU Center is the perfect location for conventions, concerts, and sporting events and home to our hockey team, the Worcester Sharks.
You’ll always find something to do, we’ve got plenty of parks, open space and neighborhoods. Shrewsbury Street is Worcester’s Little Italy and the Canal District has been redeveloped into a popular bar, restaurant and club scene. We’ve even got a golf course in our city, and Ward Ski area is just minutes away.
We’re looking forward to seeing you in Worcester. Please contact the Worcester Regional Chamber of commerce for more information.
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Here are some of the most terrifying and haunting places that you should avoid like the horrible & scary Zoroastrian Tower of Silence.
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7. Willowbrook State Insane Asylum
This Insane Asylum on Staten Island, New York was extremely overcrowded with people who had severe mental disorders. Anyone in New York at that time with a mental or physical mutation were locked up here. When a surprise documentary was displayed on national television, many people were appalled by the conditions. Many children were smeared with their own feces, no lights were on and everyone were using flashlights. This caused the facility to close its doors. But where did everyone go? Many say that once this happened, children in Staten Island were kidnapped by the insane who once lived here then taken back to the abandoned Willowbrook. Rumors of ghosts or boogey men are still reported at this location.
6. Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Gettysburg is possibly one of the most haunted places in the USA. During 3 days of brutal fighting that left more than 7,800 soldiers and over 10,000 extremely wounded. With all the unnecessary loss of life, there’s no surprise that ghosts are commonly spotted. Tourists have recorded voices and snapped photos of wandering spirits who died on this battlefield. Unexplained flashing lights and white figures in Civil War uniforms are caught on camera, letting you decide for yourself. It’s still best to avoid this place as much as possible.
5. Houska Castle, Czech Republic
A castle in Czech Republic allegedly covers a pit that leads to directly to the gates of hell. King Ottokar from the 1200’s offered to excuse anyone from their crimes if they agreed to be lowered into the pit. The first one to offer, let out a panick stricken scream, begging for mercy. Apparently, when had been brought the to surface, he completely lost his mind. Disfigured ghosts and even a human frog hybrid were believed to have been seen here. Adolph Hitler had believed the claims and instructed scientists to explore. It’s best just to stay away.
4. Iolani Palace, Hawaii
Hawaii is a beautiful chain of islands but its history has left mana-- or spirits of lives to roam our favorite ocean state. Ancient Hawaiians still haunt their former home. Once the home of the royal rulers of Hawaii, this palace is now haunted. The palace is home the tombs of several chiefs of the islands. A former queen of the palace is said to haunt this location. She was a fan of smoking cigars and workers there would notice how it mysteriously gets smokey. Sounds of footsteps creep out tourists. Who would want to leave this paradise? Not the spirits, at least.
3. Zoroastrian Tower of Silence
You won’t hear any noise here at the tower of silence, unless of course, it’s a ghost! It’s a Zoroastrian tradition, in India, to leave dead bodies on top of a tower to allow birds and even dogs to eat their dead bodies. This civilization believed that corpses were filled with evil spirits once they died. Only exposure to birds and sunlight will purify them. Once this happened the bodies were embalmed then thrown into the circle of the pit. This practice, for the most part, isn’t still practiced but some places in India still do. That still doesn’t mean the spirits of the dead aren’t roaming around.
2. Lizzie Borden House, Massachusetts
One of the most gruesome crime scenes in the United States is now home to a haunted place you want to avoid. August 4, 1892 Andrew and Abby Borden were found viciously murdered with an ax. Lizzie was eventually acquitted for the crimes and continued to live in the same town. Various owners of the house have claimed serious paranormal activity. Some claim to hear screams coming from upstairs where Abby Borden was killed. For the right price, you can spend the night here, but it doesn’t mean you should.
1.The Winchester Mansion, San Jose
Sarah Winchester had a lot of money after her husband, the creator of the Winchester repeating rifle, passed away. Sarah had visited a psychic who claimed that she would be haunted by all the lives who were killed by her husband’s death device. Sarah believed the only way to escape all the spirits was to move west to California. Her 20 million dollar inheritance (a lot at that time in 1884) was enough to built her one of the most outlandish mansions to this day. The spirits consulted her on how to build the house. Her favorite number was 13 and you’ll notice this throughout the design. Stairs that lead to ceilings, bathrooms inside of bathrooms and were made to confuse her demon attackers. Many believe this house is still haunted by Sarah and the victims from the Winchester rifle.
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