- TripBuzz found 315 things to do indoors in the Lowell area. From Whistler House Museum of Art to Back Page Jazz & Comedy Club, Lowell offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 229 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 56 different types of things to do inside in or near Lowell, Massachusetts. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Theaters, History Museums, Specialty Museums and Comedy Clubs.
- There are 12 indoor activities in Lowell, and 303 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Boston, Cambridge, Salem and Lexington.
Art enthusiasts should not miss a chance to visit the Whistler House Museum of Art in Lowell, Massachusetts. Dedicated to the life and work of American artist James M. Whistler, the museum has one of the largest collections of his work held in any art museum.
At Back Page Jazz & Comedy Club, visitors can enjoy a night of live entertainment with an alcoholic beverage. Visitors can also attend the open mic night on Wednesdays, which features local musicians and comedians.
Book lovers of all ages are welcome at the Pollard Memorial Library in Lowell, Massachusetts. The library features books, digital media, periodicals, microfiche archives and computer stations. It also hosts a panoply of community enrichment programs.
Boott Cotton Mills Museum, once a functioning mill which was at the center of the world's cotton textile industry, functions as an interpretive museum today featuring one of the largest industrial exhibits in the country that includes power canals, authentic mill equipment, rail systems and more.
American Textile History Museum offers a glimpse into the numerous aspects of American textile industry from the point of view of art, history and science. The extensive collection includes authentic looms, old and new printing technological equipment and more.
Located in Lowell, Massachusetts, the Merrimack Repertory Theater presents jam-packed seasons of professional theatrical works, musicals and one-person shows. It is one of the most widely respected theater companies in the state.
Situated within the Mack Building, the National Streetcar Museum has an extensive exhibit about the influence of streetcars and how they developed and led to the arrangement of urban areas. There is also an active streetcar from New Orleans that takes guests around the city.