- Our list of the best things to do in Lynn, Massachusetts, features the top 798 nearby activities — including 369 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Lynn, MA has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Sights & Landmarks.
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Fishing Finatics is the bait and tackle store operated by Pete Santini, the designer of a proprietary lure sold only here. In addition to offering tackle advice to anglers of all abilities, they also book regular charters as well.
Scamp's Comedy Productions is essentially a comedy troupe that performs at multiple venues in the local community. These professional stand-up comedians perform at a weekly comedy night in addition to several theater-based productions.
Perfect to host elegant gatherings and beautiful weddings, the Glen Magna Farms leaves a lasting impression. The tall, white structure is complete with a flower lined walkway and the grounds allows for massive tents to host events in inclement weather.
Craft beer Night Shift Brewing is a small-batch brewery house. Patrons can bring their own food and partake in sampling seasonal, year-round or specialty beers that are hand-bottled and poured on draft in small pours, flights or large pour servings.
Situated on 165 acres, Endicott Park features historical farm buildings, woodlands, marshes and orchards. The park offers fishing, barnyard animals, nature trails for hiking and a playground as well as sledding and cross-country skiing opportunities in the winter.
Views of the Tobin Bridge and the Boston skyline are offered at the Mary O' Malley Waterfront Park which is bordered by both the Island End River and Mystic River. Paths for walking and jogging, tennis courts, and playground equipment are available.
Set on 41 acres of land, Proctor Farm Conservation Area offers visitors several nature trails for hiking. In addition to trails, there is a gazebo and picnic area where visitors can relax and enjoy a meal.