American Textile History Museum
491 Dutton Street
Industrial archaeologists study the crafts and industries of the past. They bring together documents and physical evidence to discover how the places, processes and conditions of production have changed. At the American Textile History Museum, visitors will experience the excitement of industrial archaeology as they uses photographs, maps, and representations of physical remains to construct factory buildings using Keva planks.
Admission: Adults: $8, Children and Seniors: $6, Children under 6: $Free