Beat the winter blues with these 6 nature-inspired tips

2016-12-30T19:11:37+00:00

If you're feeling down, bummed out, overwhelmed, worried, anxious - regardless of the circumstance - here are six things to do to help make yourself feel better. These examples are Tower Hill-focused, but you can find similar activities wherever you are on this beautiful planet of ours. 1. Plant something    If it's too cold to [...]

Beat the winter blues with these 6 nature-inspired tips 2016-12-30T19:11:37+00:00

New Year’s Carbon Diet: 6 tips for a healthier you and planet

2016-12-28T20:13:57+00:00

By Robert Burgess Tower Hill public relations News about climate change - 2016 was the hottest year on record - can seem daunting, even hopeless at times. What can one person really do to make a difference? A lot, actually. We challenge you to try a new kind of diet in 2017. The Carbon Diet. Much [...]

New Year’s Carbon Diet: 6 tips for a healthier you and planet 2016-12-28T20:13:57+00:00

Tower Hill is your health and wellness destination for New Year’s Resolutions

2016-12-29T20:15:14+00:00

For those looking to begin the new year with healthy habits, Tower Hill Botanic Garden has a lineup of nature- and plant-focused activities to help, including yoga, forest bathing, herbal remedies, chef demonstrations, meditation, family hikes, vegetable gardening tips and more. Visitors are welcome to join in any or all activities that focus on [...]

Tower Hill is your health and wellness destination for New Year’s Resolutions 2016-12-29T20:15:14+00:00

Please support the Worcester Historical Museum

2016-12-09T16:56:05+00:00

An historic photo of 30 Elm St. in Worcester A burst city water pipe has caused damage to the Worcester Historical Museum, the former home of the Worcester County Horticultural Society, and forced the building to close temporarily. The Society, established in 1842 and expanding, moved into a new Horticulture Building at 30 Elm Street [...]

Please support the Worcester Historical Museum 2016-12-09T16:56:05+00:00

Bromeliad tree brings festive feeling to Tower Hill

2016-12-05T16:56:28+00:00

We are thrilled to have the Bromeliad Tree back this December for visitors to enjoy. Bromeliads are a group of plants in the family Bromeliaceae. This family contains approximately 56 genera, over 2,700 species, and thousands of cultivars. The species are native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world – with the most species occurring [...]

Bromeliad tree brings festive feeling to Tower Hill 2016-12-05T16:56:28+00:00