World Smile Day

Become a Smile Ambassador. Stop by with your SMILE and Raise a Glass to Harvey Ball on World Smile Day! Friday, October 7 | 5:30 – 7:00PM The White Room at the Crompton Collective Complimentary Appetizers, Cash Bar, Live Music, Smiley Trivia and Prizes Click Here to RSVP 138 Green Street, Worcester – Lower Level … More World Smile Day

The 21st Harvey Ball

Join us for the Celebration! Saturday, April 9 6:30-9:30pm – DCU Club at Polar Park Watch for your invitation to the 21st Annual Harvey Ball.  In the meanwhile, save the date. Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, March 9 – exactly one month to the day! Worcester Historical Museum is proud to honor the memory and … More The 21st Harvey Ball


The exhibit will run through March 31, 2022–Women’s History Month. Tuesday-Saturday, 10 AM to 4PM. Though the 19th Amendment ended sex discrimination in voting, it did not “give women the right to vote.” Voting rights were won through generations of protest, where millions of women marched, went on hunger strikes, lobbied congress, spoke on street corners, … More LANDMARK EXHIBIT PRETTY POWERFUL IS NOW OPEN FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT!

Pretty Powerful Exhibition Opening Saturday, October 23

PRETTY POWERFUL –This extraordinary fashion exhibit has been made possible by the leadership of WHM in partnership with a “powerful” team of Marlene Persky and Moira Moynihan Manoog, Co-Chairs; Tay Ann Jay, Honorary Chair; James Hogan, Advisor; the organizing committee, and content/interpretation/design contributors Efua Dufu, Morgan Johnson, and Jade Nortey. Our sincere thanks to Charlotte … More Pretty Powerful Exhibition Opening Saturday, October 23

Travels with George

The historian Nathaniel Philbrick’s new book, “Travels With George” is both a lighthearted travelogue and a timely exploration of Washington’s historical legacy. Philbrick follows Washington’s presidential excursions: from Mount Vernon to the new capital in New York; a month-long tour of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Rhode Island; a venture onto Long Island and eventually … More Travels with George