Apartments for Rent in Worcester, MA(show city information)
In the heart of Massachusetts you’ll find the largest county in the state, Worcester. Founded in 1731, the county shares its name with its largest city and county seat. The city of Worcester was first settled in 1673 and embodies the beauty and energy you’d expect in a charming New England community.
Massachusetts is home to some of the finest colleges and universities in the country, and many of them are located in Worcester County. The city of Worcester alone contains Clark University, the University of Massachusetts Medical School, and the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.
New England is rich with history. There are more than 200 historic sites located in Worcester County, including Atherton Bridge, the Ashburnham Center Historic District, Baldwinville Village Historic District, Bigelow Tavern Historic District, Black Tavern, and the West Sutton Historic District.
Other cities and towns in Worcester County include Auburn, Grafton, Boylston, Harvard, Milford, Lancaster, and Shrewsbury. Villages include Linwood, Oakdale, Manchuag, Jefferson, and Old Furnace.