is located in northeastern Massachusetts about 25 miles north of Boston
and is accessible via the major highways of routes 495, 3, and 93 as well as the MBTA commuter rail
Lowell's National Park serves as a tribute to the Industrial Revolution and the textile industry that was so much a part of New England in the 19th century. The rehabbed mill buildings, the trolley and canal, and the museums are all part of Lowell's Historical tours.
The 19th century mill buildings host small and large companies at unique financial incentives which serves to promote new growth and development in Lowell. The Lowell Auditorium is a 3,200 seat venue which hosts many of the country's best performers at very reasonable prices.
The city's workforce is computer literate and supported by the schools in the district. Lowell is home to the University of Massachusetts at Lowell
and Middlesex Community College
. The student population creates a profitable atmosphere for retail businesses in downtown Lowell and surrounding neighborhood.
Lowell is built around the Merrimack River and its diverse canal system which adds to its character and appeal. Residents proudly proclaim that Lowell has something for everyone with its unmatched quality of life.
The late Ed McMahon from the Tonight Show was born in Detroit and grew up in Lowell, Massachusetts. He got his start on television playing a circus clown on the 1950-51 variety series Big Top.