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Whistler House Museum Of Art, Lowell

(4.6/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
The Whistler House Museum of Art, the birthplace of the artist James McNeill Whistler, was established in 1908 as the permanent home of the Lowell Art Association, Inc. The Lowell Art Association, Inc. (est. 1878) owns and operates the museum as an historic site. Built in 1823, the Whistler House represents the richness of the history and the art of Lowell. The museum maintains its permanent collection of late 19th and early 20th century artwork, and organizes contemporary and historical fine arts exhibitions in the adjacent Parker Gallery.
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  • Entering the Whistler House Museum of Art is a delight. The museum is extremely well kept and the art collection is equal to any major museum. The staff could not be friendlier. They made me feel like...  more »
  • The Whistler House is a small lovely museum in Lowell. They have a permanent collection of some important works, including Aldro Hibbard and John Singer Sargent. The house is beautifully decorated at ...  more »
  • Unless you are into art, I would skip this place. We paid for the self guided tour, I just went to use the restroom. Browsed the paintings, I understand that is not even the original Whistler's Mother...  more »