As a Worcester native, and a representative of the Holy Cross admissions office, I spend a lot of time excitedly talking to prospective students about the city affectionately nicknamed “the Woo.”
There are many things that make Worcester an ideal college town and, over the next few months, I’d like to highlight a few of my favorites. I hope this will benefit current Holy Cross students and future Crusaders alike.
So, without further ado, I give you the best of Worcester, installment one:
Question: What should I do on a Saturday afternoon when there isn’t a football game?
Answer: “WAM and Wooberry”
Start the day by taking the Consortium Shuttle to the Worcester Art Museum. I love this museum because it is doable in one afternoon. It’s a beautiful space that has a little of everything: from ancient works to Van Gogh to Warhol. It’s also free with your Holy Cross ID card. Fun Fact: A few scenes from David O. Russell’s widely anticipated film “American Hustle” were shot at the museum.
All that art-viewing is sure to leave you ready to indulge in a sweet treat. A few short blocks away you’ll find the sweetest addition to the Highland Street corridor, Wooberry frozen yogurt. Featuring an ever-changing assortment of flavors (Mango, Salted Caramel, and Pumpkin are just a few) , you’re sure to find something to make you smile.
Hope these suggestions help! Feel free to call the admissions office if you’d like some more.
2 Replies to “What to do in The Woo, Part I”
Worcester Art Museum is beautiful and strawberry yogurt in the Woo is beautifull. That was a good time
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