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ATHM Self-Guided Audio Tour
Free with general admission. Get your own guided tour without paying the guided tour price! Just follow the list of cell phone tour stops, and dial up for a teen's perspective on our displays. The tour includes historic songs, original poetry, and more. Created for ATHM by teens from Lowell's United Teen Equality Center - check it out!
Rise, Shine & Knit Club
First Saturday of Every Month, 10:00 am
Come and join other knitting enthusiasts once a month for socializing, camaraderie, and to work on your craft. Meet at the "Family Affair Café" located on the grounds of the American Textile History Museum for breakfast, and stay as long as you wish to knit. Bring your latest projects to work on.
ATHM is proud to announce that Homefront & Battlefield: Quilts & Context in the Civil War has won a bronze medal in the 2013 Independent Publisher Book Awards for the U.S. History category. The book was published by ATHM in conjunction with its traveling exhibition of the same name. The "IPPY" Awards are conducted each year to honor the year's best independently published books.
To purchase a copy of Homefront & Battlefield, visit ATHM's shop or call (978) 441-0400 x243 to place an order.
Clocks, cars, toilets: There's a museum for almost anything
An article in the Boston Globe features ATHM's popular baseball exhibit
Colorful '60s Fashions Inspire Textile Show
The Lowell Sun features ATHM's special exhibition, Color Revolution
Travel Group gets Schooled on Lowell
A video by the Lowell Sun of a behind-the-scenes tour of ATHM's Osborne Library and Clothing Collection with visitors from the Road Scholar group.
An Interview with the American Textile History Museum by Lowell Telecommunications Corporation
President and CEO Jonathan Stevens and Director of Interpretation Dave Unger share what's going on at the museum and how you can get involved!
Stevens' legacy is woven into Lowell's History
A tribute to former ATHM chairman Edward B. Stevens in the Lowell Sun.