Renaissance Park

Celebrating French immigrants' contributions to Nashua

Renaissance Park (also known as Le Parc de Notre Renaissance Francaise) is a “pocket park” between a parking area and the bank of the Nashua River, dedicated to French-Canadian immigrants who settled in the area in the 1800s and worked tirelessly in the nearby (now repurposed) textile mills.

Right off Main Street, it features a mural of historic Franco-American Nashuans, created by Nashua organization Positive Street Art. There is also a statue titled “La Dame de Notre Renaissance Francaise” depicting an 1870’s millworker and her son (artist Christopher Gowell).

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