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Greater Merrimack Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau

Amid the timeless beauty and charm of New England lies the Merrimack Valley, a region unsurpassed for its proud heritage and historic impact on the nation. The Merrimack Valley is easily accessible with an array of shopping and dining experiences and endless choices for sightseeing, performing arts, museums, and nightlife.Amid the timeless beauty and charm of New England lies the Merrimack Valley, a region unsurpassed for its proud heritage and historic impact on the nation. The Merrimack Valley is easily accessible with an array of shopping and dining experiences and endless choices for sightseeing, performing arts, museums, and nightlife.Come celebrate our four seasons 30 minutes north of Boston in the Greater Merrimack Valley. We are home to the largest free folk festival in the nation, Kerouac, white water rafting, outdoor activities, arts and the first urban national park. You can also celebrate the nation’s birth in Lexington and Concord and enjoy the historic sites close by. New this summer is the Annie Leibovitz exhibit at the Concord Museum and the Charles Dickens Bicentennial Exhibit at the Lowell National Historical Park. Please visit www.merrimackvalley.org to get all your planning information and contact us at 978-459-6150 if we can help plan your visit or next family reunion, meeting or convention.

40 French Street
Second Floor
Lowell
MA
01852
978-459-6150
Greater Merrimack Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau
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