New Maps to be Installed within City of Lowell

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The Greater Merrimack Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau, partnered with the Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce and the City of Lowell are happy to announce that all the maps in all the garages within the City of Lowell will be replaced with revised detailed maps communicating the accommodations, restaurants, attractions, and retail for the City of Lowell. Also replaced will be the 16 kiosks maps located throughout Lowell. new maps of lowell hanging up new signs hanging up new signs outside

This collaborative initiative will help direct travelers to many of the fine establishments in and around the City of Lowell. All maps will be installed early Spring of 2023.


No matter what the season, the Merrimack Valley has a beauty all its own. The changing seasons add to the vibrancy of the region and with these changes come unmistakable attractions – skiing, biking, fishing, canoeing, white water rafting, strawberry picking, hayrides, and concerts under the stars. There is an undeniable spirit in the Greater Merrimack Valley – the same spirit that gave birth to our country. Based in Lowell, MA The Greater Merrimack Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMVCVB) is the official destination marketing organization for the Greater Merrimack Valley. We are designated by the Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism (MOTT) to market the region as a premier travel destination for domestic and international travelers; group tours and bus tours; meetings, conferences, and conventions; and sporting events.

Pictured above:

  • Rick Lofria Executive Director Greater Merrimack Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau
  • Danielle McFadden President/CEO Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce
  • Roberto Dei | Special Events Coordinator CASE/Cultural Affairs & Special Events
  • Peter Crewe | Director Cultural Affairs & Special Events
  • Erin Duffey | Program Assistant CASE/Cultural Affairs & Special Events

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