Make your day in Lynn as enjoyable as possible. After visiting the Lynn Museum/LynnArts, you don't need to go home right away, because there are plenty of amazing restaurants to eat at, activities to partake in, and sites to see!
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Downtown Lynn Cultural District
Arts After Hours
Lynn Historical & Outdoor Sites
Visit the Mary Baker Eddy House
Mary Baker Eddy was the founder of Christian Science, a new religious movement, in the United States of the 19th century.
Lynn Woods is a forest part located in Lynn, MA.
Pine Grove Cemetery
High Rock Park, Tower & Observatory
Grand Army of the Republic Museum
Lydia Pinkham Building
Goldfish Pond Park
Located just across Union Street from the Lynn Museum/LynnArts, grab a bite in this historic diner!
Land of A Thousand Hills Cafe
Brothers Deli Restaurant
BLT’s Breakfast, Lunch, & Takeout
Bent Water Brewing
The Blue Ox
Catch a ball game at Historic Fraser Field, Lynn's very own baseball stadium!
Gannon Municipal Golf Course
Lucky Strike Lanes
Want to go bowling in Lynn? Come to Lucky Strike Lanes, it offers 34 lanes, includes snacks all for a cheap price!
Raw Art Works
Barkland Ave Dog Park
School of Rock, Lynn (located in LynnArts)