Parks
Lowell Boarding House Park
Boarding House Park, Lowell, MA
Established by Congress in 1978, as part of the National Park in Lowell, the park commemorates the women who worked in the mills in the 19th century and offers views of the Boott Mills, the Eastern Canal, and an original boarding house. The park has a performing arts center, a trolley stop, a green space in the heart of the city, and is part of the 5.5-mile city-wide canalway system. The pavilion evokes the ironwork so characteristic of Lowell; its roof, over 100 feet long, is composed of metal grill work and covered with wisteria.
Architect
William Rawn Associates, Architects – Pavilion
Awards
Federal Design Achievement Award for the Lowell Performance Pavilion - 1995
Articles
October 1991 Architectural Record
Photographers
Alex Maclean, Steve Rosenthal, Jerry Howard, Christopher Barnes
Boarding House Park, Lowell, MA
Lowell National Park
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Boarding House Park, Lowell, MA
Boarding House Park, Lowell, MA
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