This extensive park includes a restored cotton mill and boarding house – interesting for both kids and adults.
Described as a lively indoor streetscape, this space contains storefronts of various themes and styles creating the feel of a small village.
The city has nurtured a creative community within its Canalway Cultural District, making it a haven for artists and craft makers.
Lowell's museums include The Whistler House Museum of Art, The National Street Car Museum, and the New England Quilt Museum, among others.
If you’re up for an adventure off the beaten track explore this neighborhood with the highest concentration of Cambodians in the U.S.