Explore, Learn, Protect...Be a Junior Ranger!
Lowell National Historical Park's Junior Ranger Program is a fun way for young visitors to get the most out of their visit to our park. Children ages 6-12 can participate in the Junior Ranger Program. Handbooks are available at the Visitor Center and the Boott Cotton Mills Museum. While doing the activities, children enjoy earning a badge and a certificate. Checklist of Requirements:
Visit Lowell National Historical Park
Complete all activity sheets in the booklet.
Attend a ranger talk and have the ranger initial your booklet. If no ranger talk is scheduled during your visit, read exhibits in the visitor center and view the movie in the Visitor Center.
Take the self-guided tour. Allow one to two hours to complete the Junior Ranger Program.
If you cannot visit Lowell at this time, you can become a WebRanger. By becoming a WebRanger you will learn about different National Parks and why they are important places that should be protected. After completing the web activities, you will receive a Jr. Ranger certificate.