Visit Lowell’s New England Quilt Museum and American Textile History Museum for the price of a single ticket

LOWELL, MA – Two of Lowell’s most well known museums have announced a special offer for museum visitors. The New England Quilt Museum and the American Textile History Museum are excited to announce a new joint ticket that provides you with admission to both institutions for one price, with a savings of $3 per admission. The joint ticket, which costs $12, is good for one adult admission to both institutions. This ticket cannot be combined with any other offer. Tickets can be purchased at either museum.

The New England Quilt Museum has dedicated itself to preserving and exhibiting the artistry of quilts and the art of quilt making. This takes place both in galleries of antique quilts and in special seminars on the art of quilt making, helping to keep this art alive. Quilters and quilt lovers can visit the Museum and lean about the history and art of quilt making.

Since it’s opening in 1960, the American Textile History Museum has served, educated, and entertained the public with historical and contemporary exhibits showcasing the wide variety and uses of textiles, as well as textile machinery, memorabilia, and the archives within its Osborne Library. Visitors can explore a real single-engine plane, weave on an authentic hand-loom, and try on a firefighter’s flame-resistant coat. It’s a fun museum that shouldn’t be missed.

Lowell is home to many great Museums, and visitors should consider purchasing this special joint ticket offer.