Whether you've lived in Worcester all your life, are a transplant or plan a visit, you'll discover much to intrigue and delight in the Salisbury Cultural District. Chock full of stunning architecture, cultural hot spots, and recreational activities, this self-guided tour offers plenty of pauses for food, photo ops and shopping.
Spend as much time as you like — a full day or just an hour — getting up close to elegant historic buildings, world-renowned decorative and visual arts and sweeping natural landscapes. Learn the stories behind these cultural gems, then treat your taste buds to some of the best eats in Worcester.
Follow this suggested trail or tailor a walkabout to your own interests using the Discover Central Massachusetts's interactive Visit Widget.
A note about parking:
FREE on-street parking is available along Salisbury Street, Tuckerman Street, Grove Street, Wachusett Street and Institute Road. Free parking lots are available across from the Worcester Art Museum on Lancaster Street.
Wheelchair accessible parking is available in the Worcester Art Museum's Salisbury Street lot (located in the front of the museum).