May 3 - 5, 2018
See a Different Side of Lowell. The Inside.
Have you ever walked by a building and wished you could see what was inside?
Now you can!
Doors Open Lowell offers an insiders look into many of Lowell's magnificent historic buildings. Now in its 17th year, Doors Open Lowell is the community's signature preservation, architecture, and design event, the first of its kind in the United States when it debuted in 2002.
This free annual event held during National Preservation Month celebrates Lowell’s architectural heritage, urban living, and culture that makes the community a creative and exciting place to live, work, and visit.
As part of the Lowell National Historical Park's 40th anniversary this year, look for sites related to the Park including a behind-the-scenes look at their trolley barn at Boott Mills, the Tsongas Industrial History Center, and several gatehouses along the Lowell Canal System.
So put on your good walking shoes, grab a camera, and invite some family and friends along as you discover a different side of Lowell...the inside!