Between May 3 – 5, Doors Open Lowell will host their 17th annual event during National Preservation Month to celebrate Lowell’s architectural heritage, urban living, and culture that makes the community a creative and exciting place to live, work, and visit.
We invite you to visit our historic, LEED Platinum-certified green building for guided tours as part of Doors Open Lowell! Our doors will be open at 35 Warren Street on Saturday, May 5th from 10 am – 1 pm.
With 31 buildings open for viewing, there’s something for everyone including rehabilitated mills, lofts, and churches along with a variety of special tours and other activities. As part of the Lowell National Historical Park‘s 40th anniversary this year, look for sites related to the Park including the Kirk Street Agents House, Tsongas Industrial History Center, and several gatehouses along the canal system.
Lowell was the first city in the United States to launch this prestigious event dedicated to preservation, architecture, and design which is presented as part of the community’s National Preservation Month activities. Each May you can explore many of Lowell’s historic buildings, from residential lofts to churches to rehabilitated mills and everything in between. Doors Open Lowell is completely FREE with no registration or tickets required.
Buildings will be open Friday, May 4 from 6 – 9 pm and Saturday, May 5 from 10 am – 1 pm and 1 – 4 pm. Please note that all buildings will not be open at all times, so please plan carefully to see all of your favorites!
Visit Doors Open Lowell for the complete schedule of events and enjoy the architectural wonders of Lowell.
Source: Lowell Sun