Worcester,Mass - Places of the Past, Bigelow's Garden
Click picture to enlarge
The following are links about Bigelow's Garden you may find interesting. Also check out the other =Past Places?> pages.
Check out all the other pages we have available of Worcester,Mass - Places of the Past
The following are comments left about Bigelow's Garden from site visitors such as yourself. They are not spell checked or reviewed for accuracy.
jim sadowski- April 02, 2009 - Report this comment
When the garden closed Mr. Bigelow had other amusement ideas. The Consolidated Street Railway, made the first trip over the short line from Washington square to Lake Quinsigamond by electricity just before midnight, September 2, 1891, and the road was open to traffic September 4. Lake Quinsigamond developer Horace H. Bigelow started building White City in 1904 and it opened June 1905.
Brenda Morrisey- December 24, 2017 - Report this comment
Some of these posts are dated so I'm not sure if this is monitored. I am trying to find pictures of the (Abijah) Bigelow mansion/house that would have been next to Bigelow Garden. My family (Goulding) built the house and 9th great-grandfather had a house across the street on Front about where People's United is today. Sadly so much of this is lost. It has been very pleasurable looking at all these old photographs and renderings.
Submit a story or info about Bigelow's Garden
This is not an official page of the city of Worcester. The views contained within this site is not from any official or funded by the city in anyway.Other Features