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67 Kirk St, Lowell, MA 01852, United States

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REVIEWS OF Lowell National Historic Park IN Massachusetts

Nadine Barnett

The 15 minute intro video at the visitor's center was very interesting and informative. We also really enjoyed the exhibits at the Boott Mill. I was hoping for a little more about the life of the Mill Girls at the Mill Girls exhibit, but all in all, the park was great. Looking forward to going back in slightly nicer weather to walk the trails and go on the canal boat tour. Don't miss the free trolley ride!

Vedant Patel

Lots of things to see and do there. Nice place to go during a day off.

Anthony Mccullough

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Robin Roth

Edgar Delannoy

Natalie Villanueva

Clem Clapp

Very interesting museum and tour

barry lozzi

Great place to visit

celines Vega

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Rowan de la Barre

Leonard Douglas

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Brian Cacchiotti

The Lowell National Park is an urban park spread out over a several block area of downtown Lowell. Some of the buildings and activities are free of charge (the main visitors center, the mill girls boarding house, the immigrant experience, and the trolley ride) while others have a small cost (Boott Cotton Mill and boat tour). Start at the visitors center where they have a short film explaining about the history of Lowell and the Mills, as well as exhibits telling a shorter version of the story you will see when visiting the other sites. From here you can plan your day: 90 minute canal boat tour, trolley to the Boott Mill (60-90 mins) and mill girls house (20-45 mins), or head the other way to a second mill tour (no idea of time here). In addition there are many fun and funky art galleries, museums (the quilt museum is a favorite) stores and restaurants between the visitors center and the other sites.

Kathleen Steingraber

Very interesting. Good thing we have better working conditions now.

Sarah Nelson

Timofey Arefkin

Excellent historical place for walking.

Tim Nou

Love the fact that they have a little play area for the kids to do different things

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Tom Loos

The park consists of several buildings that were restored. You learn everything there is to know about both past Lowell and the different periods the town went through. The canal tour was really nice and I'd recommend taking it. The guides were all very helpful and are ready to tell you all about the town.

Brandon Williams

Didn’t get much time to check this place out but it looked pretty when I viewed it from the outside !

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Amreen Rafique

Enjoyed exploring in Lowell and the parks.We had a wonderful experience enjoying the Lowell Folk festival here.Beautiful gathering of multicultural music and food.

Paul Foster

I love history of labor,leaving about the women who worked the machines was interesring. Loved the boat ride. Captain Bill did great job,driving the boat. All the Rangers did a great job.

Allen Todd

If you are in the area it is worth stopping by and seeing a textile mill from the 19th century.

Ada P. Jordan

Lowell National Historical Park is a National Historical Park of the United States located in Lowell, Massachusetts.

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Well worth a visit

Diane Albanese

Walk into the Visitor Center to get great information about this historic site. Lowell was designed as a town with textile mills and all of the extensive planning went into creating efficiency, mass production of cloth and a good place for workers. Many women were hired here breaking down the barriers for work outside the household. A short walk or trolley ride from the Visitor Center is the actual mills. Fascinating! Hoping you see the video and spend some time here exploring the sights.

Reyniel Sagrado

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Brian Bulkowski

Rachel Curtis

Matthew Valentinas

Great staff and theater

Rajesh Punj

Jaryd Palmer

Kitsap View

history of mass that isnt colonial or revolutionary. a bit of overlooked gem

Jennifer echevarria

John Hanley

Guadalupe Williams

We visited the visitor center, the Boott Cotton Mills Museum, the Mill Girls and Immigrants Exhibit, and the park trolley. We weren’t 100% sure what to expect but we thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The rich history of the town of Lowell and its impact on the country was wonderful to learn about. Every park ranger we encountered was friendly and helpful. The exhibits were surprisingly detailed and curated with such thoroughness. We left with an appreciation for how people lived and worked in the days of the 1800’s. Thought provoking!

Gregory Rosic

I would recommend this because: 1. It's free in including parking 2. The walkways are well maintained and have ramps for strollers 3. You can see nearly all the sites and most of lowell in a couple hours 4. Most of the buildings are still in use so are well maintained 5. It's an interesting piece of history.

Bill Cronin

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The Lowell National Historical Park is, and does an excellent job illuminating light on one of the most important places in American History. Whether it be a tour, or some leisure exploratory walk. The staff are extraordinarily knowledgeable. And not in a boastful boring way. I'm not sure what I liked better? The enthusiasm and unique approach? Or discovering authentic Classic Americana History? Well for the sake of this review...I choose both. Great experience! Just Go! Just Do It like Nike says. You will not be disappointed. My Canon EOS thanks you also. Cheers!

Shea Trzcienski

Tim Harvey

The location Google provides is for THE BUSINESS OFFICE ONLY. Do not even park near it and don't bother trying to enter. There are NO EXHIBITS at this address. Go instead the the Visitors Center which has terrible signage on the street. Once there join a tour, ride the beautiful tolly cars, take a boat ride on the canals, etc. The gift store is poor but the extensive restorations in this very large Historic Place are worth seeing.

ismael rivera

Great place

Kirill Basun

Deborah Slavik

Awesome time!! Very interested!!

Victoria Silveira

Ethelinda Reardon

ricardo solis

Great place to visit

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James Hendrix

Not really my interests but the textile exhibits were interesting.

Kanwaljit Singh Mangat

Lowell is a town of 1800's textile Mills and waterways that powerd them it is also home of famous UMass Lowell University which attracts many National & international students

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