There are 18 Libraries in Worcester County, Massachusetts, serving a population of 818,249 people in an area of 1,511 square miles. There is 1 Library per 45,458 people, and 1 Library per 83 square miles.
In Massachusetts, Worcester County is ranked 12th of 14 counties in Libraries per capita, and 10th of 14 counties in Libraries per square mile.
Find Worcester County, Massachusetts libraries, such as state, town, city, public, private, college and university library branches.
American Antiquarian Society 185 Salisbury Street Worcester, MA
Athol Public Library 568 Main Street Athol, MA
Central Massachusetts Regional Library System 8 Flagg Road Shrewsbury, MA
Clapp Memorial Library 19 Pleasant Street Barre, MA
Conant Free Public Library 4 Meetinghouse Hill Road Sterling, MA
Frances Perkins Branch 470 West Boylston Street Worcester, MA
Gale Free Library 23 Highland Street Holden, MA
Hubbardston Library 7 Main Street Hubbardston, MA
Leominster Public Library 30 West Street Leominster, MA
Merrick Public Library 2 Lincoln Street Brookfield, MA
Mondor-Eagen Library 60 Sunset Lane Paxton, MA
Richard Sugden Library 8 Pleasant Street Spencer, MA
Richards Memorial Library 44 Richards Avenue Paxton, MA
Rutland Public Library 280 Main Street Rutland, MA
Sutton Free Public Library 4 Uxbridge Road Sutton, MA
Upton Library 2 Main Street Upton, MA
Westborough Town - Municipal Offices, Library 34 West Main Street Westborough, MA
Worcester Public Library 3 Salem Street Worcester, MA
Worcester County Libraries are institutions that stores and make available collections of books, periodicals, electronic databases, and other information sources to either the general public or a specific group of patrons in Worcester County, MA. Library collections may also include musical recordings, films, and other cultural materials. In addition to making their physical and electronic collections available to patrons, Worcester County Libraries organize and sponsor a wide range of programs and activities that complement their collections.You may contact the Library for questions about: