- 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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Jump In With Us is an inflatable playground for children. The playground features inflatable jump houses, inflatable slides, a rock wall, and an inflatable obstacle course. Jump In With Us is also available for private party hosting.
A classically-styled independent theater, the Orpheum Theatre screens a combination of art films, foreign films, and classics. It also hosts live theatrical performances from touring companies and from local performers and groups.
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1 Rockhill Street, Foxboro, MA 2035 MoreLess Info
Located in the former Orpheum Theatre, The Foxborough Regional Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. provides auditorium seating for 427, and is dedicated to promoting performing arts through stage plays, musical theatre, dance, youth theatre, charity events, and family entertainment.
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Lincoln St & Highland Street, Marlborough, MA 01752 MoreLess Info
Featuring six miles of paved trails, the Assabet River Rail Trail is suitable for skateboarding, biking, jogging, or hiking. It passes through some downtown areas as well as some wilderness areas, and some spots are suitable for bird watching.
The historic home of poet Robert Frost is not the Robert Frost Farm State Historic Site. Guided tours provide insight into the poet's family and writing life, and a self-guided tour is available through the grounds.
Situated next to baseball and football fields, Kelleher Field Playground has a play structure with two winding slides, climbing obstacles, poles, and more. The playground has a small trail with benches to sit on.