Bangkok Market is dirty and only semi-organized. It gets a whole three star rating only because it's the biggest Asian store in the Lowell area (might be a bit bigger than Batambang Market) and it has a few things the others don't have. It's good if you need something and don't want to drive too far.
Bette Davis started her movie career in the 1930s and became a film legend over the course of more than 100 films. She was born in Lowell, MA, on April 5, 1908, and while she only spent her infant years there, the house where she was born has been officially marked for posterity. The Bette Davis house has a large plaque dedicated to her set between the first and second floors of the exterior of the house.
Welcome to Boott Mills. Apartments For Rent in Lowell MA. Live in a historic National Park along the Merrimack River and steps to the best restaurants and cafes in Lowell. Choose from our two distinct buildings where you’ll find our classic style at Boott Mills East or our Luxe Loft Style in Boott Mills West.
Concord River eco-inventory: To provide a foundation for the design of the Greenway, as well as the integration of the public art and signage, we partnered with Mass Audubon’s Ecological Extension Service to conduct an eco-inventory to understand the natural resources within the Lowell reach of the Concord River.
Druid Hill. The Druid Hill Stone Circle is located off Gumpas Road in Leblanc Park, at the corner of West Meadow and Gumpas, Lowell, Massachusetts. It is on a promontory long known as Druid’s Hill or Bridget’s Hill. The circle is located at elevation 140', and is a half mile north of the Merrimack River, elevation 100'.
LOWELL -- A bridge on Lincoln Street could be named after Lowell's Durkin family, which included four brothers who once served simultaneously in World War II. City Councilor Jim Milinazzo proposed the honor on Tuesday, and other councilors unanimously supported the idea.
Get away from it all at Hawk Valley Farm! Walk your dog, explore the banks of Clay Pit Brook, or check out the foundation of an old cabin. Imagine that this was once an area of extensive farming – explore Lowell’s pre-industrial landscape. You can enjoy this property in all seasons.
Jack Kerouac first gained literary notice with the 1950 publication of his auto-biographical novel, The Town and the City, a tale of his coming of age in Lowell and New York City. His 1957 novel On the Road was a literary and cultural sensation that led to his being labeled the “Father of the Beat Generation.” He went on to write and publish more than 20 books of prose and poetry. He is considered one of the most important authors of the 20th century.
The park has a children’s playground, baseball field; and walking track. During the summers, this is one of the "Neighborhood Parks" program locations. For the safety of the children enrolled in that program, the park is closed when the program is operating (Monday-Friday 8:30 am until 12 noon).
Discover the Continuing Revolution. Lowell’s water-powered textile mills catapulted the nation – including immigrant families and early female factory workers – into an uncertain new industrial era. Nearly 200 years later, the changes that began here still reverberate in our shifting global economy.
National Streetcar Museum is proud to welcome you to the mill city of Lowell. After stopping in at Lowell National Historical Park’s Visitor Center, visit us across the street at the Mack Building and browse our exhibit about the influence of street railways on the development of our cities.
As the Manning Park is part of the state DCR system, the DCR Parks Pass will also be accepted during the summer. Manning Park is beautiful each season. Check out the slide show created by two of Billerica's Girl Scouts as part of their Silver Award Project.
A Visit to Melvin Rogers Park in Tewksbury. TEWKSBURY - A spit of land known as Melvin Rogers Park in Tewksbury is a curious place to visit if you have an hour or so one afternoon to wander about. Situated at Rogers Street and Marston, the “park” is a parcelof land left to the town by the family of Melvin Rogers.
Middlesex Canal Museum--Visitors Center. For the past nine years a group of dedicated volunteers has operated the Middlesex Canal Museum and Visitor Center at the Faulkner Mill in North Billerica. At first the generosity of the owner allowed us to stay there. He now feels it necessary to charge rent.
The New England Quilt Museum, Brush Gallery, and Ayers Loft Gallery will offer extended evening hours for visitors to enjoy quilt and textile related exhibitions and programs. Come to historic downtown Lowell to enjoy its many cultural offerings, the Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Lowell National Historical Park, Whistler House Museum of Art, and exciting dining options.
The "Old Chelmsford" Garrison House (also known as the Old Chelmsford Garrison House Complex) is a historic house at 105 Garrison Road in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. It is the oldest house in Chelmsford, and has been preserved by the Garrison House Society as a museum. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
Of specical interest is the Ralph Hill conservation area off Treble Cove Road in Billerica which is just a mile from Carlisle's north eastern border. Middlesex Conservation District The Middlesex Conservation District helps landowners and municipalities identify natural resource concerns and plan solutions.
The Rogers Fort Hill Park Historic District of Lowell, Massachusetts, encompasses the largest single residential development made in the city in the 19th century. The district includes the area historically associated with the Rogers Farm, purchased in 1805 by Zadock Rogers.
Russell Mill Pond and Town Forest The Town of Chelmsford acquired the Russell Mill Pond & Forest in 1971. The Forest contains 132 acres (7 acres of which are under water), including 3000 feet of frontage on the east bank of Russell Mill Pond. The Russell Mill Pond Forest has an extensive trail network ideal for mountain bike enthusiasts ...
Thanksgiving Ground Town Forest - Physical Feature (Forest) in Middlesex County Thanksgiving Ground Town Forest is a physical feature (forest) in Middlesex County. The primary coordinates for Thanksgiving Ground Town Forest places it within the MA 01824 ZIP Code delivery area.
Located on over 100 wooded lakefront acres, overlooking Ashland State Park. Right out our front door you get to truly enjoy the great outdoors. Easy access to trails for hiking, and an area for swimming. Come and enjoy all that Ashland State Park has to offer, and stay at the Warren Center right next door.
The Whistler House Museum of Art, located in Lowell, Massachusetts, is the historic birthplace of the famous American artist, James McNeill Whistler. Established in 1878 as the Lowell Art Association Inc., it is the oldest incorporated art association in the United States.