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Holyoke Heritage State Park [MA]

Holyoke Heritage State Park is located in Holyoke, Massachusetts, and preserves the area's unique industrial history. By the mid 19th century, Holyoke was home to 50 cotton mills and 4.5 miles of canals. Today, the park is home to a visitor center and children's museum.

The park offers exhibits and presentations in the visitor center, field trip programs, outreach programs, and guided tours. The website offers a brief history of Holyoke and visitors information.