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National Junior Ranger Day at Lowell National Historical Park

Lowell National Historical Park
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Join Lowell National Historical Park on National Junior Ranger Day and become a Junior Ranger! "Explore, Learn, and Protect!" The Junior Ranger motto is recited by people around the country when they visit any one of the over 400 National Park Service sites. Join us in Lowell to learn about what makes our Park and city special and unique. Participate in the activities, complete the activity book, or take a tour to earn your very own Junior Ranger badge!

You can stop by the Visitor Center anytime from 9 a.m until 5 p.m. to pick up your Junior Ranger activity book. In honor of National Park Week, the Boott Cotton Mills Museum will be fee-free for all to visit and explore.

There will be special Junior Ranger activities, including a Downtown Scavenger Hunt available from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the LNHP Visitor Center. Drop-in any time to do these special activities!

The 2:30 Mill and Trolley tour will have a special Junior Ranger focus that day. Travel on the trolley and explore the historic Suffolk Mill with a Park Ranger! The tour is free, but reservations are recommended. Please call (978) 970-5000 to make your reservation for this tour.

All are welcome to participate!

This event is part of Lowell National Historical Park's Your City Saturdays Series of Family Programs

About Your City Saturday Programs
Come experience history and fun for the whole family at Lowell National Historical Park! Join your neighborhood park rangers and our friends in the community on Saturday afternoons at various locations in and around downtown Lowell for fun activities to learn all about our city!

Our popular series of family programs, Your City Saturday, will occur on the 3rd Saturday of the month- giving you plenty of opportunities for fun in downtown (and on more frequent Saturdays in the summer)! New this year: Lowell National Historical Park will work collaboratively with other organizations in and around the city to create opportunities for hands-on, mind-on learning and fun.

For information on future sessions please keep up to date by checking our website, www.nps.gov/Lowell, or follow us on social media, Lowell National Historical Park

Free parking available at the Lowell National Historical Park Visitor Center parking lot. The address for the lot is 304 Dutton Street, Lowell, MA. Please bring your ticket into the Visitor Center at 246 Market Street to be validated.

Contact: Emily Anstey, 978-970-5021, Emily_Anstey@nps.gov