Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation

Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation Charles River Museum of Industry & Innovation is a museum located on the Charles River Bike Path, near the intersection of the Charles River and Moody Street in Waltham, Massachusetts.

It houses and displays machinery and artifacts of the industrial revolution from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The building was originally built as part of the Boston Manufacturing Company, Francis Cabot Lowell's first textile mill. The museum, which opened in 1980, takes up only a small portion of the previous mill building complex.HistoryThe site is listed on the National Register of H

It houses and displays machinery and artifacts of the industrial revolution from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The building was originally built as part of the Boston Manufacturing Company, Francis Cabot Lowell's first textile mill. The museum, which opened in 1980, takes up only a small portion of the previous mill building complex.HistoryThe site is listed on the National Register of H

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Waltham, MA

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