Open Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 10am-4pm.
LIBRARY ONLINE CATALOG
Tower Hill Library’s Online Catalog is available here.
WORCESTER COUNTY HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY TRANSACTIONS
Please click here to search Transactions of the Society 1840–2006.
All are welcome in the Tower Hill Library found on the lower level of the Stoddard Education and Visitors Center and members may borrow books. The Library has more than 8,000 resources including books, magazines and, dvds on gardening for all ages and abilities. The Library is a great space for reading, quiet study and research. We also offer a children’s area with puzzles, crafts, a ‘please touch’ table, and a comfortable couch to sit and read a favorite story. When it’s warm, head outside to our Reading Garden.
EXHIBIT IN THE LIBRARY
Alive in the Library
The Library is alive in August. It will feature books on pollinators, activities for kids and families, and a live caterpillar exhibit. The Caterpillar Lab will have several varieties of live caterpillars, from Tobacco Hornworms to Hickory Horned Devils, on display in Tower Hill’s Library. Open Tuesday – Sunday 10am–4pm, all are invited to see the incredible diversity of native New England caterpillars up close. The exhibit will also feature caterpillar photography by The Caterpillar Lab’s Samuel Jaffe, a pollinator touch table for children, and books and resources on pollinators.
REVIEW OUR ELECTRONIC RESOURCES HERE
Tower Hill Botanic Garden opened in 1986 but its history as the Worcester County Horticultural Society dates back to the 1840s, and the Library goes back almost as far. Early library holdings began with donations from founders and members, and today the Library provides access to institutional and garden history records and regularly exhibits materials from our archives.
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