Visit the Cradle of the American Industrial Revolution and discover its connections to the history of aerospace in support of the New England Air Museum.
Lowell's planned city marked the beginning of the industrial transformation of America. Visitors can see the working components of this early manufacturing center---the dam and six miles of canals that harnessed the energy of the Merrimack River; the mills where goods were produced; the machine shops that powered the city’s industry; and the neighborhoods its workers called home.
Cost for Museum members: $120 per person; non-members: $150 per person.
Fees include complimentary parking at the New England Air Museum; museum admission and tour fees; coffee, breakfast pastries, bottled water, and snacks; luxury motor coach transportation, and all gratuities. This trip is limited to 29 participants and full payment is required to secure spots.
Registration closes June 1, 2020, or when the trip sells out.
Questions? Contact Amanda Goodheart Parks, Ph.D., Director of Education, by phone at 860-623-3305 X313, or by email .