Take a walk on the historic side as the Worcester Historical Museum resumes walking tours from Saturday 1 October.
“Join us for a walk through the streets of Worcester and see where the American Revolution began,” the museum said in a statement Friday.
Two other visits are scheduled for October 29 and November 12. Tours will take guests through the city, including a stop at the Worcester Meeting House in Lincoln Square, near the current City Hall. Each tour begins at Salisbury Mansion at 40 Highland Street.
Visits are limited to 12 people. Admission is $10 per person and free for museum members. Anyone interested in joining a tour is encouraged to make a reservation by calling 508-738-8278 between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.
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The walking tours are part of the ‘Worcester’s Revolution’ project, created in partnership with digital historian and associate professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute Joseph Cullon and his students with Digital Worcester. The project is supported in part by a grant from the Worcester Arts Council.