The New York Times Travel section just listed Lowell, Massachusetts as one of “25 Northeast Getaways.” Lowell was listed #3 out of 25 destinations in the northeastern United States. Other cities that were cited as top travel destinations in the northeast include: Newburyport, MA, Albany, NY, Saranac Lake, NY, Atlantic City, NJ, Gettysburg, PA, and several other popular destinations.

From the article:

The role of New England mill towns in the industrial revolution — an absorbing and sometimes heartbreaking story — is explained at the Lowell National Historical Park (www.nps.gov/lowe; 978-970-5000). Travel through a large, now-picturesque brick mill complex from the 1830s, either by boat on the canals that once supplied power to the mills or by hopping on and off trolleys that run year round.

Lowell has become a destination city, boasting great tourist attractions, a vibrant arts scene, first class restaurants, wonderful architecture, and a welcoming community eager to please visitors. Lowell is also host to a multitude of conferences and conventions, including the Massachusetts Democratic Convention. In addition, some of the country’s top performers visit Lowell’s Tsongas Arena for concerts and other special events.

Visit Lowell, Massachusetts and see how much this great city has changed!