Greater Merrimack Valley CVB


LNHP Canal Boat Tours
Old North Bridge

Just a half-hour drive to the north and west of Boston lies the Greater Merrimack Valley. No matter what the season, the Greater 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. Each of our 21 towns and cities has its unique charm. That’s why your group tour to the Valley can be made to order. Whatever kind of itinerary you’re looking to plan, your next adventure awaits you here.

Orchard House
Trolley through historic Downtown Lowell

The Greater Merrimack Valley Convention and Visitors Bureau can assist you in planning an enjoyable tour for your group. Our professional tourism sales and service team can assist from start to finish with the coordination of all of your other details as well, including providing you with marketing materials, walking maps, planning guides, slides, video and brochures.

Please contact us with questions or for more detailed information at or call 978-459-6150.

We are a Great Location for Hub and Spoke!

The Greater Merrimack Valley is within a 2-hour drive to:

Portland Maine
Concord, NH and the Lakes Region
Springfield, MA
Old Sturbridge Village, MA
Plymouth, MA
Hyannis, MA & Western Cape Cod
Providence, RI

The Greater Merrimack Valley is within a 1-hour drive to:

Boston, MA
North of Boston Attractions
Manchester, NH
Portsmouth, NH
Salem, MA
Central, MA
Salem, NH
NH Seacoast

Distance to Other Major Cities from the Greater Merrimack Valley:

Atlanta, GA, 1040 miles
Washington DC, 440 miles
Chicago, IL, 958 miles
Philadelphia, PA, 308 miles
Montreal, QC, CA, 290 miles
New York City, 215 miles

White Water Rafting Concord River in Lowell

Business Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5:00pm

Member: ABA

Nearby Attractions that Influence Group Travel:

  • Lexington & Concord historic sites
  • Minuteman National Park
  • Lowell National Historical Park – a birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, mill buidlings, canals, textile museum, trolley museum, quilt museum, artist living/studio space, literary giants Thoreau, Alcott, Frost, Kerouac, and more.
  • Affordability and accessibility to Boston, MA and Logan International Airport

Tour Services:

  • Attractions
  • Lodging
  • Theater
  • Brochures
  • Transportation
  • Dining/Banquet
  • Group Planner
  • Shopping
  • Step-on-Guide
  • Itinerary Planning
  • Receptive Operator Services

61 Market Street, Unit 1C,
Lowell, Massachusetts 01852
Phone: (978) 459-6150
Phone: (800) 215-9805
Fax: 978-459-4595