Fee-Free Days at the Boott Cotton Mills Museum - 2019
The National Park Service is offering fee-free admission to national parks, which also means free admission to the Boott Mills Museum at Lowell National Historical Park, on the following days:
Cost: Adults $6.00; Youths (6-16) $3.00; Students $3.00; Seniors (62+) 4.00; Children under 6 free.
Cost: Adults $12.00; Seniors (62+) $10.00; Students (with ID) & Youth (6-16) $8.00, Children under 6 free.
Cost: Free at Visitor Center Lot (304 Dutton Street). Paid parking available on-street and in city garages.
Every Kid Outdoors Pass
Beginning September 1st, all kids in the fourth grade have access to their own Every Kid Outdoors pass. This pass provides free access to national parks, national forests, national wildlife refuges, and more!
The Every Kid Outdoors pass is good for the 2019-2020 school year, until August 31, 2020. It's easy to get one- just visit the Every Kid Outdoors website, participate in a short activity, and download a voucher to exchange for a pass at any park that offers passes (at Lowell, passes are available at the Visitor Center and the Boott Cotton Mills Museum). Educators can visit the educator section to download a classroom activity and pass vouchers for the whole 4th grade class.
At Lowell National Historical Park, the Every Kid Outdoors pass admits the 4th grade passholder, and up to 3 accompanying guests, into the Boott Cotton Mills Museum for free. (Note that the pass does not apply to boat tours)
The "America The Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Lands Pass"
At Lowell National Historical Park, the America the Beautiful passes provide for a 50% discount at the Boott Cotton Mills Museum for the passholder and up to 3 accompanying guests. (Note that the passes do not apply for canal boat tours).
Cost: Various Prices (Free - $80). You can purchase a pass at either the Visitor Center (246 Market Street with parking at 304 Dutton Street, Lowell, MA), or Boott Cotton Mill Museum (115 John Street, Lowell, MA). Valid ID required.
Last updated: October 9, 2019