If you enjoy history then Please go there for a look. It is a fantastic place with staff on hand to answer any questions. Thank you to the Park Ranger in the Visitor Center for showing my Friend and I (2 People only in the Cinema) the short film. You made the trip worth while.
A visit to boot mill is a part of your free two hours tour with the lowell National Historical Park. Although the museum is not free and you have to buy a ticket, get one and see how the mills in operation during those times with all the noise and heat. Just imagine how stressful in the body to all... 更多
I visited this site about ten years ago and really enjoyed it. I was wondering if my new visit was going to be the same old stuff I saw but it was not! The National Park Service and the City of Lowell have joined forces to create a fantastic museum experience that helps you truly understand and appreciate the history... 更多
This place was a real learning experience about the Lowell Mills. So much information in a self-guided walk through tour. Lots to look at and many floors to explore. The kids loved it and we were all fascinated to learn about textile history and early how huge it was in this part of New England.
This is a National Park Service attraction that shows the history of how our clothing was made, from cotton to cloth, when the textile industry first came to America. Lots of historical information throughout the museum. The working conditions were hot, ear-damaging, and dangerous. The actual machines used are still in a giant, noisy room and they still work. Saw... 更多
Very impressive huge display of historic cotton mill. They provide ear plugs for the walk through the mill weaving center where the looms are working for visitors. Beautiful displays and park rangers to answer questions. You can take the free trolley from the national park site on weekends. Free street parking on Sunday's and parking structure near.