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Mill City Ballroom is one of the most popular bars & clubs in Downtown Lowell, having hosted DJs such as Snoop Dogg. Boasting a large dance floor with colorful lights and a disco ball, it also has an exclusive area next to the dance floor with a large bar at one corner. Large Greek columns create a space that's cocooned under a circular dome, giving the club a chic vibe. When the night owls aren't partying here to live music or DJ beats, the venue is used to host charity events and private parties.
A riveting mosaic of museums, exhibits, historic houses, canals, and locks, the Lowell National Historical Park invites visitors to trace the history of the area in the context of the Industrial Revolution. The Boott Cotton Mills Museum is an integral part of the park. The Suffolk Mill turbine exhibit and the operating weave loom with its power looms are prominent examples of America's industrial revolution. The park chronicles the story of immigrants turned laborers accompanied by a guided account of industrial progress in the 20th Century. You can also learn more about the canals which are almost 5.6 miles long, trolley rides included.
This public park hosts a variety of live concerts throughout the summer. Past performers have included Los Lonely Boys, The Wailers, Bela Fleck and Michael Franti. Visit the website for additional information.
The Butterworth Park is a historical park located in Framingham. It has tennis courts, baseball and soccer fields along with playgrounds. This park is known for hosting legendary Thanksgiving football games.