The Boott Cotton Mills complex includes mills built from the mid-1830s to the early 20th century, reflecting the early use of waterpower, steam power, and finally, electric power. Changes in technology and production capability influenced the development and appearance of the mills over time. Today, the restored mill complex houses the Boott Cotton Mills Museum consisting of a working weave room and a museum covering the rise, development, decline and rebirth of Lowell. The museum is the flagship of Lowell National Historical Park.
Address: 115 John St.
Phone: (978) 970-5000