Whether you’re headed to Worcester for business or leisure, be sure to make some time to visit the Worcester Art Museum which houses an impressive display of medieval armour, and the EcoTarium, a favourite amongst children (big ones too!) where you can quite literally dig your hands into all things nature related.
While there are several different travel options to Worcester, the fastest and most convenient transportation from Boston Logan Airport to Worcester MA is by taxi or private transfer. This direct route will deliver you to your destination in 55 minutes in light traffic, almost half the time of the bus or train options, and will cost an average of $154 (€146.50) for up to 4 passengers. If you’re travelling alone, then there are two comfortable and convenient bus routes; one that goes via South Station and connects with a Greyhound bus, takes around 82 minutes – excluding wait times, and costs $14 (€13.30) per traveller; and another that uses the Logan Express service to Framingham where passengers connect with the Commuter Rail train to Worcester, taking around 72 minutes – excluding wait times, and costs between $13.25 and $16.25 (€12.60-15.50) per traveller. The cheapest option if you’re not in a hurry is to take the free SL1 airport shuttle to South Station, and change to the Commuter Rail to Worcester which will cost $12.25 (€11.70) per traveller and takes a little over 2 hours, not including any wait times.Welcome Pickups offers meet and greet services and a friendly introduction to Boston at the same price as a regular taxi. Click here to see the cost.