National Register of Historic Places listings in Worcester, Massachusetts

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The city of Worcester, Massachusetts has a long and rich history and a great many properties and districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There are 282 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the city.

Current listings

Because of the large number of listings, the list has been split into three sections. Eastern Worcester is all of the city east of the north-south route of I-190 and I-290. Northwestern Worcester is the part of the city west of those highways and north of Massachusetts Route 122. Finally, southwestern Worcester covers the area south of Route 122 and west of the highways.

Two historic districts have boundaries that cover portions of more than one section of the city: milestones that make up the 1767 Milestones are found in the northwestern and eastern sections, and the Blackstone Canal Historic District extends through all three sections.

Contents: Counties in Massachusetts
This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted August 21, 2020. [1]
AreaImageFirst Date listedLast Date listedCount
Eastern WorcesterMA LarsPettersonFredGurneyThreeDecker.jpg May 7, 1971July 3, 201798
Northwestern WorcesterMA UnionStn.jpg November 24, 1968August 28, 2020106
Southwestern Ashworth-Jones Mill.jpg March 5, 1980December 2, 201981
Duplicates WorcesterMA BlackstoneCanal.jpg (3)
Total282

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