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  Lowell City Facts  
CountryUSA (United State of America)
StateMassachusetts
CountyMiddlesex County
Total Area14.5 sq miles
Lat Long Coordinates42.6333° N, 71.3167° W
Time ZoneEST (UTC−05:00)
Area Code978
LanguageEnglish
Major ReligionRoman Catholic, Christian
MuseumsAmerican Textile History Museum, Whistler House Museum of Art, Boott Cotton Mills Museum
UniversitiesUniversity of Massachusetts Lowell
Official Websitewww.lowellma.gov/


Lowell is a city in the U.S state of Massachusetts. The city named after Francis Cabot Lowell was incorporated as a town in 1826 and it later became a city in 1836. The city grew into a flourishing industrial center during the 19th century and by 1850, it turned out to be the second largest city in New England. Being a planned city, Lowell is the fourth largest city in the state.

Hotels:
Lowell hotels provide all modern amenities to its guests such as swimming pool, golf center, Internet, telephone, television, conference hall etc. Some of such hotels include Doubletree Lowell and Courtyard Boston Lowell. The sumptuous dishes they serve and the comfortable accommodation they provide make these hotels different from others.

Restaurants:
The Blue Shamrock
Fortunato's Italian Steak
Old Worthen INC
Maria's Breakfast& Lunch
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Athenian Corner Restaurant
Laboniche Restaurant

Transportation:
Passenger train is the main means to access the city. The Interstate 495, US Route 3, the Lowell Connector and Massachusetts Routes 3A, 110, 113 and 133 provide easy access to the city from other cities via roads. Boston's Logan International Airport is the main airport that serves the city. Vermont Transit Lines bus service is the other public transportation system in the city.

Places of Attraction:
Lowell National Historical Park, Boott Cotton Mills Museum, New England Quilt Museum that displays both contemporary and historic quilts, the American Textile History Museum, the Whistler House Museum of Art that exhibits the works by American painter James Abbot McNeil Whistler and other American artists and Revolving Museum are the must visit historic sites in the city. Lowell Folk Festival - a three-day free folk festival draws tourists to the city. LeLacheur Park, Kerouac Park and Eastern Canal Park gives a wonderful experience especially in the evenings.

Last Updated On: March 19, 2013