- 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!
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Designed as a safe, fun place for dogs, Thorndike Field Dog Park provides ample space for running, jumping and playing. It also offers pet-friendly drinking fountains, obstacle courses and comfortable seating for pet owners.
The oldest Major League baseball park in the United States is Fenway Park. Its classic style allows visitors to feel as though they have traveled back to the origins of professional baseball while watching the Boston Red Socks play.
Built in 1638, Old Burial Hill is a picturesque cemetery which overlooks the harbor called Old Marblehead and the sea. It is the final resting place of many Revolutionary soldiers and features some well-preserved headstones of 17th century.
Operated by the Arlington Historical Society, the Jason Russell House-Smith Museum are historical sites dating back to the late-18th century. The sites are filled with furnishings, artifacts, and exhibits that display the history of the local area.
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Every visit to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library begins with a short film about the Kennedy era. Guests are then left to wander as they please through the exhibits about Kennedy's presidency along with the extensive research collections.
Formed by retreating glaciers, Fresh Pond Reservation refers to the kettle-hole lake and its surrounding area. A two mile perimeter road hosts biking, hiking and roller blading, and birders find many opportunities to spot local, migratory and songbirds.
The Pemberton Bait and Tackle Company features fishing charters, island taxis to Boston Harbor islands, and a waterfront cafe located on the pier that offers breakfast and lunch starting at 5:30a.m. Bait and tackle rentals also on the premises.