Worcester, Massachusetts is the second largest city in New England. Dubbed the “Heart of the Commonwealth,” it earns that distinction with a diverse blend of culture, arts, entertainment and education.
Your visit to Worcester on Peter Pan Bus Lines brings you to the magnificently renovated Worcester Union Station. Originally built in 1911, this historic transportation hub now offers a restaurant, meeting and banquet facilities and the FDR American Heritage Center Museum. Just minutes from downtown, Union Station is a great place to start your visit to the city.
Just across town you’ll find the Worcester Art Museum. This popular destination offers more than 35,000 pieces of art from ancient to modern times. With an ever-changing selection of exhibitions, events and classes, this is a must-see attraction.
And speaking of museums, others not be missed include the Worcester Historical Museum, the American Antiquarian Society and the Higgins Armory Museum.
Worcester is known worldwide for its respected educational institutions. College of the Holy Cross, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Clark University, Assumption College and UMass Medical School are just a few of the centers for higher learning that attract students from around the world.
And if your plans find you in Worcester for an extended stay, you’ll be delighted to find the impressive array of shopping, restaurants and nightlife that the city has to offer.
Need to travel for work or a business meeting? Find convenient schedules and affordable fares from Worcester to Boston South Station. In addition, Peter Pan offers weekday commuter service to Boston’s Copley Square, Park Square and State House.
Peter Pan offers many nonstop trips from Worcester to Boston for as low as $7 one-way.
Make plans to visit Worcester, Massachusetts on Peter Pan Bus Lines today!