Lowell – Things to do with your Team

Lowell played a big part in the industrialization of the United States.  Lowell’s large number of textile mills and factories ushered in change throughout the region.  At one time, Lowell had the largest industrial complex in the entire nation and became a powerhouse for the textile industry.

In modern times, Lowell is proud of its influential past, evident from the many museums and historic sites that are maintained all over the city.  Make an attempt to visit at least one historic site while you’re in Lowell, its history is quite fascinating.  Besides historic attractions, Lowell provides many other exciting things to do with your team.


Merrimack Valley Pavilion

If you had to choose between mini golf and laser tag would you be able to?  Fortunately you don’t have to answer that question when you stop by Merrimack Valley Pavilion.

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Set out for an 18-hole adventure on their “Tiki Island” mini golf course.  Navigate your ball through geysers, waterfalls, caves, and other obstacles, all while trying to remain under par.  Enter “The Jungle,” Merrimack’s 6,000-square-foot multi-level laser tag arena, and fight with or against your teammates for glory.  Put your physical strength to the test in their ropes course.  “The Vine” throws 12 demanding obstacles your way.  Can you overcome them and beat the course, or will the course triumph over you?

After working up an appetite from all the fun you’ll be having, head to Merrimack’s pizza and sundae bar for some tasty treats. 2087 Main St, Tewksbury, MA 01876


Lowell National Historical Park

Lowell’s place in history is both interesting and was important to the growth of the United States.  As such, Lowell National Historical Park is a must-see while you’re there.

Take a step back in time and witness the development of Lowell during the Industrial Revolution.  Learn about immigrants who traveled to America in hopes of a better future and their experiences working in Lowell.  Walk through rooms of old knitting machines and a restored mill filled with other pieces of Lowell’s past.  Take tours of the park by walking or riding on a trolley car, which so happens to be mini museums itself.  Go for a peaceful walk along the canal or through the park on one of their many trails.

If you’d rather see the canal from another perspective, take a ride on a boat through the canal and enjoy a guided tour while you take in the park’s beauty.  67 Kirk St, Lowell, MA 01852


LeLacheur Park

If you and your team want to go to a baseball game, you’re a little far to see the Boston Red Sox.  The price for Fenway might be a little steep too.  Fortunately, there’s another option, the Lowell Spinners.  This Class A Short Season minor league team plays at LeLacheur Park, located right in Lowell.

The level of talent on the Spinners will shock you.  Some of their players either have played in the major leagues or are skilled enough to get there.  You might get the opportunity to watch future MLB stars.  Grab a hot dog and appreciate a good game.

LeLacheur Park provides even more for kids than just the awesomeness of baseball.  In the stadium there is a kid zone full of rides your team can take advantage of, providing they are 48 inches or taller.  450 Aiken St, Lowell, MA 01854


Altitude Trampoline Park

Considering you will be traveling with a team full of kids, there will be times when they have too much energy that they won’t know what to do with.  Bringing them to Altitude Trampoline Park is the perfect way to allow them to let loose in a way that’s both safe and fun.

Jump far and freely in Altitude’s free jump area.  Unlock your backflipping potential and bounce off floors and walls lined with trampolines.  Don’t tire yourself out to soon though.  There’s plenty more places to jump around.

Dive into their foam pit or climb the adjacent rock wall.  If you slip and fall, it’s okay.  You’ll have a soft landing into the foam pit.  Find out who the strongest is among the team on the battle beam.  Armed with a lance of sorts, fight your opponent on the balance beam and knock them off into the foam pit.  Last one standing wins!  700 Boston Rd, Billerica, MA 01821


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Brunswick Zone Lowell Lanes

44 lanes for your team’s bowling pleasure, Brunswick Zone Lowell Lanes knows how to bring the excitement.  Grab a couple lanes for the team and enjoy a few games of bowling.  Whether you’re shooting for a 200 game or trying to not bowl 10 frames of gutter balls, you’ll be glad you went to Lowell Lanes.

If you want to sit out a game, Lowell Lanes has an arcade stocked with a lot of games.  Race your teammates, shoot some hoops, or play some Skeeball. 647 Pawtucket Blvd., Lowell, MA 01854


Burlington Mall

Name a place where teenagers congregate and hangout on nights and weekends.  Among the list of correct answers, a mall is undoubtedly near the top.  Malls have so much to do, making them a great spot to visit.

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Burlington Mall is an attraction that is best when you are limited on time, or need to get a quick bite.  Walk around its two floors, 185 specialty stores, and five anchor stores.  With all of the food options, everyone on your team will be able to find something they’d want to eat.  Burlington Mall is big enough that you could very easily spend a few hours there or if need be, get in and out hastily.  75 Middlesex Turnpike, Burlington, MA 01803


Showcase Cinemas

At the end of a long day, there’s no better way to relax than heading to a movie.  At Showcase Cinemas you and your team have the option of 15 movies to watch.  The decision may be difficult, but choices are always a nice thing to have.

Once you figure out what movie to see, purchase any snacks you may want and take a load off in one of Showcase’s comfortable seats.  Be careful not to get too comfortable though, or you might fall asleep during the movie!  32 Reiss Ave, Lowell, MA 01851


Escape Room Westford

Your body might be tired after a game, but your mind won’t be.  Test your wits and teamwork at Escape Room Westford.  Their two escape rooms have unique names and tasks.

The Lost City of the Monkey God places you in the Honduran rain forest.  After discovering the lost temple, you only have an hour to explore it and find concrete proof that the Monkey God exists.  Don’t fail to get back to the helicopter.  Otherwise, the lost temple will be your new home.

The other room, The Titletown Ring Thief, tasks you with solving the mystery of the missing Boston sports teams’ championship rings.  Once you enter the suspect’s apartment, he traps you inside and sets a bomb to explode in an hour.  Can you and your team find the four rings and escape the apartment before the bomb detonates? 434 Littleton Rd, Westford, MA 01886


During your stay in Lowell, you will have the opportunity to see, do, and learn a lot.  Don’t blink because the trip is going to move fast since it will be jam-packed with exciting activities.  Remember to check out Lowell’s historic sites to gain a better understanding of how vital this city was to the growth of the United States, and above all, have fun.