Quality Inn & Suites Worcester

50 Oriol Drive, Worcester, Massachusetts, 01605, United States
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Travel Tips for Worcester

small balls

by KarenandCory

Candlepin bowling, popular in New England, was invented in Worcester in 1880. Candlepin bowling balls are smaller than traditional bowling balls and have no holes. The pins are also smaller and therefore harder to hit.

This is a typical Worcester...

by vrage

This is a typical Worcester neighborhood.
Back in the early 1900's a lot of these houses were built as 1 or 2 family places, and a lot were converted to one family because of the baby boomers.
Now most that I know are 2 family.

Growing up in Worcester

by pkramer

"Worcester is the place of my roots"

Worcester has fond memories for me as I grew up there and spent my formative years there - elementary and high school, then moved back when I was in my 20's and lived there until I was 27.

I was young then - and Worcester was a great city to live in - it had lots of great original bands: rock, country rock, blues rock, and folk bands. There were clubs a plenty to go out and see friends at and a few great late night diners where people could congregate. Highland Street was the essence of all that was cool. The Newton Square area was my hangout location.

Later, when I moved back after living in other places, I continued to enjoy places like Ralph's Diner, Sir Morgan's Cove, and The Blue Plate in Holden.

Times have changed though. You get older and bars aren't so fun after a while. Tiny from the Blue Plate died and without him, things just weren't the same anymore.

I moved away again - to northern MA for a while. Then when I hit 30, I moved to California and have been here every since. But Worcester is still a place I like to return to whenever I visit the east coast. It's my home and the place where I laid my roots.

Welcome to Worcester, MA! (pronounced "wuh'-stah")

by Phildagr8

"The 2nd Largest City in New England"

Worcester is the 2nd largest city in New England, and I believe it's in terms of 'square miles'. I had a house less than a mile from the Worcester Regional Airport, which is right off Rt. 122. Worcester borders Paxton on the west and Shrewsbury on the east. Lake Quinsigamond is the natural border between Worcester and Shrewsbury. It's very hilly in certain areas, and this town has it's good areas to live and its bad areas to avoid. There's the best bagel place in town on Park Ave, and there's Blue Jeans Pizza, which is the hole-in-the-wall place to get awesome pizza. They have some amazing restaurants, colleges, and I lived there for 5 yrs... happily.

"The road between Worcester and Boston is Rt 9"

Route 9 has all the shops and views you can imagine. If they're not in Worcester, then they're everywhere in between Worcester and Westborough, a 20 minute drive. The road can be hilly and wavy, and it has more than it's share of traffic lights, so it's definitely considered 'city driving'.

"The Eastern View from my Livingroom"

In this picture, you can see for miles!! The house is on a hill, and on a clear day, you can see Boston! The sunrises were amazing, and the view of Worcester was very nice, too! The only drawback was that this road was near the last to get plowed and you needed a 4 wheel drive vehicle to get up the road. If you think THAT is bad, you should've seen how steep my driveway was! :o)

WORCESTER

by kumachan200x

"WORCESTER UNION STATION"

Worcester was established as a town on June 14, 1722 and as a city on February 29, 1848. Worcester is located in Central Massachusetts approximately 45 miles west of Boston, has a population of 172,648 and is the third largest city in New England. Worcester has evolved into an education, medical and research center. Worcester, MA is the home of nine colleges and universities, the University of Massachusetts Medical Center, and the Massachusetts Bio-Technology Research Park.

"Station Platform UNION STATION"

Union Station
A bit of history

Union Station at night
Initially constructed in 1911, Union Station enjoyed decades of activity until the railroad industry began its decline. In 1975, Union Station's owner abandoned the building and for the subsequent twenty years the building deteriorated. Acquired by the Worcester Redevelopment Authority in 1995, the station underwent a complete renovation - restoring the building to its former majestic splendor and grand reopening in July 2000. Complete with the Grand Hall's original elliptical stained-glass ceilings, interior marble columns and mahogany wood trim, today Union Station is often called the City's most beautiful building.

"Downtown"

The City has designated an Arts District zone overlay along Main Street from Madison and Chandler Street to Hammond Street. The Arts District is a public/private partnership project intended to revitalize a disinvested area of the City by promoting the reuse of several underutilized and vacant properties that would be suitable for artist live/work space, performance venues, college centers, cafes and eateries, art supply shops, galleries and other creative commercial and retail enterprises. The successful development of the Arts District and the creation of a major destination point for the region is one of the City's seven highest development priorities and is also one of the four major goals of Worcester's cultural community. Worcester boasts 40 cultural institutions, several of international stature, and hundreds of artists and arts faculty at the City's colleges, providing a strong foundation for the Arts District.

The Arts District is .6-miles in length, going one block back from Main Street, and is anchored by Clark University and City Hall. Noting the historical character of the District, there are eight buildings within the District listed on the National Register of Historic Places and there exists several others eligible for listing. In March 2000, ARTSWorcester moved its offices to the Aurora Hotel in the Arts District and currently occupies 2,600 square feet on two floors. The Fall 2001 opening of a 27,000 square foot community supermarket and cash & carry operation, and the recent announcement of the purchase and redevelopment plans of the adjoining Odd Fellows building are the first projects to launch the District. These projects represent over $6 million in investment, the creation of 50 new jobs and 24 new units of mixed-income housing.

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Address: 50 Oriol Drive, Worcester, Massachusetts, 01605, United States