The Origin and Impact of
Lowell National Historical Park

By Paul Marion

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The Lowell Heritage Partnership

Caring for architecture, nature, and culture

Welcome to the website of the Lowell Heritage Partnership (LHP), an alliance of community activists who are committed to preserving, protecting, and celebrating Lowell’s heritage in the forms of architecture, nature, and culture. The LHP serves as an informal “friends of the Park” group for Lowell National Historical Park. Please visit this website to learn more about LHP programs and projects, as well as for news and information about heritage activities in the city, state, nation, and world. To contact the LHP, please send email to info@lowellheritagepartnership.org 

Pat Mogan Tribute

Remembering Peter Stamas: A Celebration of Community & Service


In November, 2012, Lowell Heritage Partnership co-sponsored an evening celebrating the life of Lowell educator and community leader, Peter S. Stamas.   Remembering Peter Stamas: A Celebration of Community and Service featured guest speakers familiar with Peter's life and work, a video tribute to the Human Services Corporation, and a panel of emerging leaders in Lowell.

Public Matters: Empowering Lowell’s Leaders

Public Matters is a leadership and civic engagement initiative of The Lowell Plan conducted in partnership with Lowell National Historical Park. The mission of Public Matters is to foster and enhance the knowledge and skills of leaders in Lowell, Mass. We invite qualified individuals to become members in a rigorous and challenging program in civic engagement.



Doors Open Lowell

Doors Open Lowell offers an insider’s look into the preservation of many of Lowell’s magnificent historic buildings. It’s a free annual event held during National Preservation Month to celebrate Lowell’s architectural heritage and urban living and culture. Together these have made Lowell a creative and exciting place to live and work.

Learn more at www.doorsopenlowell.org