Elm Park is an historic park in Worcester, Massachusetts.
The land the park resides on was purchased in 1854, making it one of the first public purchases of land expressly intended for use as a municipal park in the United States, after Bushnell Park in Hartford, purchased earlier that year.
Elm Park originally consisted of the land bordered by Park Avenue, Russell Street, Elm Street and Highland Street. In 1888, Newton Hill, just across Park Avenue, was purchased by the City of Worcester bringing the total park area to 60 acres. The original portion of Elm Park was, up until the 1890s, merely more than pasture land.
Coordinates 42°16'2.52" N -71°49'16.674" E