Lowell National Historical Park & Preservation District

The Lowell National Historical Park & Preservation District was created under the federal legislation that created the Lowell National Historical Park in 1978.  Several previously-existing districts on the National Register of Historic Places are also located within the larger boundaries of the district including the City Hall Historic District, Merrimack-Middle Streets Historic District, and the Locks and Canals Historic District in addition to several individually-listed National Register properties.  The district includes many industrial, commercial, residential, and institutional structures and a wide range of period architectural styles.

Much of the district is also located within the boundaries of the Downtown Lowell Historic District (1983), a historic and architectural review district under the jurisdiction of the Lowell Historic Board.
                                                     Lowell National Historical Park & Preservation District Map
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