Lowell National Historical Park

246 Market St.
Lowell, MA 01852- Map It
(978) 970-5000

AAA Editor Notes

Lowell National Historical Park, off Lowell Connector exit 5B, following signs to the visitor center at 246 Market St., commemorates Lowell's pioneering role in the American Industrial Revolution. The park includes cotton textile mills, workers' housing, a 5.6-mile power canal system and industrial exhibits. The visitor center includes exhibits and a 20-minute video titled “Lowell: The Continuing Revolution.” Guided walking tours are available. Boat tours along the Pawtucket Canal as well as 75-minute tours aboard reproductions of 1901 electric trolley cars are offered seasonally. Guided tours are available.
Visitor center and trolley free. Boat tour $12; $10 (ages 62+); $8 (ages 6-16). Reservations are required for boat tours.
Hours: Visitor center daily 9-5. Boat tours are offered daily, mid-June through Labor Day; Sat.-Sun., Memorial Day weekend to mid-June and day after Labor Day-Columbus Day. Trolleys operate daily, mid-Mar. through Columbus Day; Sat.-Sun., day after Columbus Day-late Nov. Phone ahead for exact schedules. Closed Jan. 1, Thanksgiving and Christmas.