Arts and Cultural
Lowell Memorial Auditorium
With capacity for 2,800 and perfect acoustics, this grand venue on the Concord River offers excellent sightlines and hosts a variety of concerts, Broadway shows, sporting events and more.
Merrimack Repertory Theatre
From September to May, this award-winning theater presents a mix of excellent classic and contemporary plays.
Points of Interest
A charming colonial town that was incorporated in 1646, Andover is home to Phillips Academy and the second oldest land preservation society in the United States.
Boot Cotton Mill Museum
Explore changing exhibits that document the rise, fall and rebirth of Lowell, with a weave room and two wooden bell towers overlooking the local river.
Lexington and Concord
The birthplace of American liberty, the battles fought in these two locations kicked off the American Revolution in 1776 and set the country on a new course to freedom.
Lowell National Park
Comprised of different sites in and around the city of Lowell, this "park" offers insight into the era of textile manufacturing during the Industrial Revolution.
New England Quilt Museum
With more than 225 antique and modern quilts, textiles and sewing items, this unique museum honors the history of American quilt making.
This Catholic school offers four-year degree plans in liberal arts, science, business, education and engineering.
New England Seaport Cities
Explore the Atlantic seaboard's rocky coastline and maritime villages, from Mystic Seaport to Provincetown on Cape Cod.
Step back in time to 1627 and discover what life was like for the early American colonists in this recreated farming town with costumed players.
Home of the infamous witch trials of 1692, this vibrant coastal city offers a rich maritime heritage, historic architecture and stories that span four centuries.
The Mall at Rockingham Park
Indulge in tax-free shopping at more than 140 specialty shops, department stores and unique kiosks.
Sports and Entertainment
Canobie Lake Park
Find 50 rides, roller coasters, a steam train, antique painted carousel and more at this amusement park, which first opened as a trolley park in 1902.
Home of the Boston Red Sox, this classic sports center is one of the most famous baseball fields in the world.
Get out your foam finger and cheer for the New England Patriots NFL team.
This baseball field is home to the Spinners, the Red Sox minor league affiliate.
A state-of-the-art multiuse facility, this hockey center hosts a variety of popular concerts and is home to the UMass River Hawks hockey team.
Zoo New England
Giraffes, snow leopards, flamingos and more await you at this animal epicenter.
- Isham Health Center
- Lawrence General Hospital
- North Andover Massachusetts Rehabilitation Outpatient Hospital
- University of Massachusetts Lowell
- Philips Academy Andover Prep School