Worcester is a thriving and the second largest (after Boston) city in New England, Massachusetts. It is also the historic county seat of Worcester County with strong British origins as it was named after Worchester in England. Amazingly beautiful historic buildings, a great network of parks, charming boutiques, excellent eateries, cafes, bars, and restaurants, loads of fascinating cultural events, museums, art galleries, and academic institutions, are only few of what you shall expect when visiting this beautiful city. In other words, Worcester will certainly provide you with unforgettable moments. A few, of the many, top Worcester attractions include the Mechanics Hall, Bancroft Tower, Cristoforo Colombo Park, Boynton Hall, Warner Memorial Theater, the Burnside Fountain, the Elm Park Iron Bridge, Worcester Art Museum, Central Rock Climbing Center, etc. Regarding budget accommodation, there are more than 80 and nearby Worcester. Most of the top discount hotels charge around $110 – $150 per room per night.