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The city of Lowell in the U.S. State of Massachusetts is bequeathed with one of the finest church sites in the name of the Pawtucket Congregational Church. The construction of the monumental church dates back to 1898. The building is a stellar representation of the Queen Anne and the Romanesque styles of architecture. The church site occupies immense monumental vitality and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Lawrence Heritage State Park is themed park that is a recreation area as well as a preservation site for the industries of Lawrence. Opened in 1980, there are three major attractions here, the visitor center that resides within an 1840 boarding house, Pemberton Park spread across 5 acres (2 hectares) with views of the city's mills and the historic dam and the Lawrence Riverfront State Park that offers recreation like playing sports, events, etc.
Built in 1677, the John Whipple House is one of the oldest preserved residence homes. This house is listed as a National Historic Landmark in 1960, making it one of the earliest houses to receive that honor. This 15 room house had high ceilings and made of wood, it was created to showcase the wealth of Captain John Whipple, a military officer and entrepreneur. This house was listed out as a house museum since 1899. The rooms have intricate designs using different and expensive wood.
Costello Athletic Center situated on Riverside Street is a multipurpose arena that plays host to the home matches of Massachusetts Lowell River Hawks men's and women's basketball teams. The fans fill this 2000-seater stadium to the last seat during home matches of the team. The solidarity and support of the local fans make Costello Athletic Center one of the most difficult venues to play in for teams of other universities. The excellent playing conditions offered here ensure that the players are motivated to give it their all making each match very competitive and exciting.