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Welcome to Lowell

A historic community with museums and abundant parks.
Thanks to the inclusion of the Merrimack River, Lowell has a rich history of building mills. The city borders other great areas, such as Tyngsborough, Dracut, Chelmsford, and Tewksbury. With plenty to do in Lowell and these surrounding cities, there is no shortage of activities to fill your time. This Massachusetts town is a mixture of city bustle and suburban living with various home types, including many two and three-story selections. 

What to Love

  • Proximity to other notable cities
  • Assortment of museum selections
  • Several favored restaurants
  • Various parks and outdoor areas to explore

Local Lifestyle 

Museum choices are plentiful in Lowell, as are parks. You have just as many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors as you do spending it inside viewing artwork and historical exhibits. With several well-liked restaurants in town, there is no shortage of things to do. Many also venture outside of Lowell to neighboring towns for even more entertainment choices. 

Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping

A few popular dining spots see regular visitors. China Star Dim Sum Lounge has amazing Chinese fare, complete with cocktails. They're well-liked for their appetizers and dessert variety, in particular. They offer fried green tea balls, coconut red bean cake, fresh mango pudding, cakes with meat filling, marinated tofu, and many other traditional entrees. 
Good Thymes Family Restaurant is an American cuisine establishment. Savor the flavors of comfort food, pasta dishes, housemade desserts, and their options for beer and wine. They serve dinner all day on Sundays, and both lunch and dinner the rest of the week. With an on-site bakery, you never know what dessert concoctions will be available each time you visit. 
Various shopping centers fill the city, with national brands and local favorites available. Whether you're looking for essentials or need to update your wardrobe, give places like Central Plaza, Mill No. 5, and Meadow Brook Center a look. 

Things to Do

Shedd Park spans 50 acres and provides recreational opportunities of all sorts. The splash pad and playground are ideal for young ones, while the athletic fields and courts are utilized for student and adult athletes. In the winter, the open green space at this park transforms into the perfect sledding area. 
Long Meadow Golf Club provides an opportunity for golfing, tournaments, social events, and more. Become a member and gain access to the grounds and the facility. The kitchen primarily serves breakfast and lunch selections, such as sandwiches, omelets, salads, and wraps. 
Lowell has many museums with rotating exhibits that can help make each experience unique. The National Streetcar Museum offers free rides on replicas and a look at original designs.
The Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center also provides a look back in time. Gain some insight into what a functioning mill once looked like. It sits near the adjacent park with water views. Whistler House Museum of Art was once home to James McNeill Whistler. See this artist's work inside or view his statue in the scenic backyard. 

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