Roel is a city in Massachusetts, about 40 minutes northwest of Boston. With over 105,000 residents, it is the fourth largest city in Massachusetts, and is an important historical city. It was the first industrial city planned in the United States.
The nearest airports are Boston's Logan Airport (BOS IATA) and Manchester Airport (MHT IATA) in New Hampshire, which is about 40separate.
The Roel Line of the MBTA commuter train has its terminal station in Roel. 1. It is a 15-minute walk from the downtown area, or there is a shuttle bus that runs between the station and the downtown area.
Move US Route 3 or Interstate 495 to Lowell Connector. The Lowell Connector is a 2.5-mile expressway connecting the downtown area of Rowell. Be careful, Roel Connector is one of the most dangerous highways in the state. The exit of Platform 37 and 38 of the I-495 also goes to Lauer.
The Lauer Regional Transportation Bureau has a regular shuttle that goes around Lauer and several neighboring towns.
- American Texitle History Museum (491 Dutton St) +1 978 441-0400 (Textile History Museum) Due to financial constraints, the Textile History Museum was closed in 2016.
- 1 National Trolley Museum, 25 Shattuck St, . This satellite from the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kenenbank Port, Maine, introduces the history of transportation in Roel in the history of American transportation.
- 2 New England Quilt Museum, 18 Shatak St, .
- 3 Whistler House Museum of Art (243 Wattenst)
- a bridge on the Merrimack River There are several impressive bridges in Roel, two of which cross the Merrimack River. The bridge on Aiken Street is one of the most rare types of truss bridges, and is a pass bridge through a lenticular street. The central bridge is a cantilever beam through the truss bridge. Both spans have access to pedestrians and are very impressive.
- the Laurel Canal There are four narrow waterways that can't be boarded through the downtown of Roel. These canals were used as a source of water when mill and factories were still in use. The canal, regardless of its size, has several restored and beautiful historical bridges. Also, a few sets of locks along the waterway are still used for flood control. The four canals, along with the Concord River and the Merrimack River, form part of the downtown area of Lauer as an island.
- The 4-Portoquette falls and dams. The Portacket Falls and dams are artificial giant waterfalls and hydroelectric dams just below the University Street bridge. It is one of the three big hydroelectric dams along the Merrimack. Only the boat passes directly through the dam, but looking up at the dam and its associated artificial islands, it still has an impressive sight.
- 1 Lauer National Historical Park, 67 Kirk Street, . All year round. 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (summer - 5:30 p.m.) Commemorates the history of the American Industrial Revolution in Lauer. It includes the Bhutto Cotton Mills Museum, the textile factory, the canal, the workman's house, and the 19th-century commercial building.
- Edward A.LeLacheur Park (450 Aiken St. 5,000 people) are Class A minor leagues in Boston Red Sox and Class A of UM As Aeru River Hawks, a stadium hosting the home game of Roel Spinners.
- Zongas Center at UMass Lowell, 300 Martin Luther King Jr. Way, +1 978-934-5760. Host concerts and UMass-Lowell River Hawks home games (NCAA I hockey team).
- It is located in the western end of Lauer Drakut Tinsborough State Forestry City. The forest is 1,140 acres and has 180 acres of ponds, marshes and wetlands.
- Cowley Stadium, from route 38 near Tewxbury. Host various sports events.
- 50 East Merrimack Street, Lauel Memorial Hall.
- It is a folk festival below. It is one of the largest free folk festivals in the United States at the end of July. Cast in the International Food Court in the city.
- Annual celebrations of quilts are held throughout the city, including the Roel Quilt Festival quilt course, exhibition, and demonstration.
- Lowell Winterfacest。 The annual celebration of the wonderful winter with family members. For example, the Inuguri Championship for Humans.
- UMass Lowell Bellgarde Boathouse, 500 Pawtucket BLVD. Home of the Umass Lowell's oarsman program.
- University of Massachusetts, One University Av., Phone:+1 978-934-4000
- 33 Carney Square, Midlesex Community College (Roel Campus).
- Brain Beauty School (Laurel Campus), 231 Central St, + .
- House 17 Shataxxtri ☏ To+1 978 458-4287
- 1 Blaw'd Drawing Cofehaus 61 Market Street .
- 2 Athian Corner, 207 Market Street, .
- 3Vette Restaurant 368 Merrimack St, .
- 4 Egroll Cafe, 110 University Ave, . Monday - Saturday: Closed from 9 to 10:00. A box for lunch, a delicious bubble tea and a lot of echelon. People who are looking for a traditional one or for a new one try. Tamagemaki can be selected from ordinary spring rolls to Western-style rolls such as cheese burgers and buffalo chicken. It's a lot of variety to try here!
- 1 Blue Shamrock, 105 Market St, .
- Old Court Irish Pub Restaurant (29-31 Central ST, .
- 3 Cappy's Copper Kettle, 245 Central St, 978-735-4866.
- 4 Bleed de Award Cofehouse 61 Market +1 978
- 1 Card Boston Lowell/Chelmsford, 30 Industrial Avenue, Fax:. $109.
- 2 The Stoneedge Hotel & Spa, 160 Pawtucket Blvd, Tyngsboro, ☏+1 978-649-4400.
- [3 UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center, 50 Warren Street,
All of the Boston, North Coast and White Mountains are the following stops.
|a route through Roel|
|Lawrence Samba←||N S||→Chelmsford →Marlborough|
|Peppeler Samao Jct N S ←||W E||→Mesen → Haber Hill|
|End Left||W E||→ Tewxbury →Georgetown|
|End Left||N S||→Bilerica →Wilmington|