Higgins Armory Museum

Higgins Armory Museum

(Now Closed)
100 Barber Ave, Worcester, MA 01606, United States
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The Higgins Armory Museum enjoys the unique distinction of being the only museum in the Northeast devoted to arms and armor. Artifacts range from Corinthian helmets of ancient Greece to ornate Renaissance suits of armor.

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    Meri G.
    Great collection of medieval arms and armor.(2 Tips)
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  • Eddie S.

    Sadly, after 82 or so years, the Museum closes its doors for the last time on Tuesday, December 31st, 2013.

    Eddie Savage · December 31, 2013
  • Meri G.

    Museum is closing at the end of 2013. Glad I visited. Great collection of medieval arms and armor.

    Meri G. · December 7, 2013
  • Joleen N.

    The Higgins Armory is my favorite museum! A unique experience for all ages.

    Joleen N · October 5, 2013
  • Louise S.

    Over the years we have gone to Higgins for new exhibits and programs. My kids even took their Dad there for Father's Day and had him officially knighted. :)

    Louise Sisley · May 20, 2013
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  • Amy R.

    Coming for an overnight? An air mattress is a MUST.

    Amy Rindskopf · March 3, 2013
  • WOO C.

    Use your public WOO Card for $2 off Admission and College students use your WOO Card for $5 off Admissions!! Read more

    WOO Card · July 19, 2012
  • Kristen P.

    They always have events and the kids room is awesome since they renovated it.

    Kristen Paquette · October 14, 2011
  • Heather H.

    7/15 admission is FREE for all from the Highland Street Foundation!!!

  • Bettina S.

    Museum will spark the imagination of visitors of all ages with arms and armor ranging from ancient Greek Corinthian helmets to ornate suits of armor crafted at the height of the Renaissance.

    Bettina Schmidt · June 16, 2010
  • Christine D.

    Ok, so I am biased, but this is the best museum in Woo Read more

    Christine Drew · May 3, 2010
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    Visited many times growing up. Read more

    Avatarpoint LLC . · April 3, 2010