National Historic Park

Lowell Dog Policy

Lowell National Historic Park is Somewhat Dog Friendly

Lowell National Historic Park explores the history of Lowell, Massachusetts including engineering successes and people immigrated here for opportunity. Some of the highlights of the park are the mills and waterways. There are multiple museums, but you can also see a lot of the history by walking around.

Lowell National Historic Park is somewhat dog friendly. Dogs are allowed to walk around outside while on a leash. Dogs are not allowed in buildings or museums.

While Lowell National Historic Park does not run the BARK Ranger program, they do have BARK Ranger tags available for purchase at $5.95.


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