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The New England Quilt Museum, located in downtown Lowell, is housed in the Lowell Institute for Savings building. It was built in 1845 by master craftsman Josiah Peabody using a classic Greek Revival style. The building boasts of a rhomboidal footprint, which has curved corners as well as an ornate wrought-iron balcony on its 2 sides. The 18,000 square feet of space is now used for holding exhibitions and galleries as well as a library and resource center, classroom, offices, and collection storage. It also has its own Museum store.

The Museum is able to host about 4 to 5 exhibitions every year. It offers special group tour packages as well. It also offers several classes on quilting techniques every year.
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