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Lawrence Heritage State Park

Lawrence Heritage State Park

Lawrence Heritage State Park’s Visitor Center is in a restored millworker boardinghouse with two floors of interactive exhibits telling the tale of Lawrence, one of the nation’s first planned industrial cities. Along with stories of Lawrence’s immigrant textile mill workers and industry, the workers’ role in the 1912 Bread and Roses Strike is relived with images and sounds. The Visitor Center also includes a Gallery for temporary exhibits, and a Community Room for cultural events and meetings.  The Park also manages about 75 acres of recrational greenspaces in this urban environment.

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