City of Worcester
Bancroft School of Massage Therapy is located on the friendliest street in Worcester. Shrewsbury Street has the most restaurants in Worcester - all within walking distance of the school. An area rich in educational trandition, Worcester is home to 10 diverse colleges and universities, serving 30,000 students. Culturally, the city offers landmarks such as Mechanics Hall, the Worcester Art Museum, Higging Amory, and the popular 15,500-seat DCU Center. Outdoor concerts and dance performances blosson in the Spring, Summer, and Fall, and a variety of fine clubs and restaurants thrive in the city, providing entertainment and fine cuisine at your leisure.
To find out more about what the city has offer, click on this link: City of Worcester
To find out more about the area, visit the Central Massachusetts Convention and Visitors Bureau
Rich with Tradition, Culture, Education, and Natural Beauty
Worcester is located at the epicenter of New England. An hour to the north await the beautiful mountains and lakes of New Hampshire and Vermont. An hour to the east and south lies the magnificient coastline of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Skiing, sailing, camping, and other outdoor activities are all important contributors to New England's quality of life.
Many newcomers are also amazed by the close proximity of other major cities; Boston, Providence, Newport, and Hartford all have much to offer, and each is approximately an hour's drive from Worcester.