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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.
Walsh's Deep Sea Fishing offers several private boat charters on the Atlantic Ocean. Visitors can go on day long deep sea fishing trips, whale watching tours, and evening cruises, and the private vessel can accommodate up to 149 passengers.
There are many activities that Cold Spring Park hosts, with different areas for tennis, soccer, basketball and softball. A running trail circles the park, which also contains a dog park as well as a seasonal farmer's market.
Movie shows and big-name musical concerts are part of the entertainment lineup for The Lynn Auditorium. Known for presenting classic rock concerts, this auditorium hosts comedians and some of the biggest names in music history.
Built in 1885, the Grand Army of the Republic Museum is a great place to visit for history enthusiasts. Must-see features include the 56' x 46' main hall, research library, and memorabilia from the Revolutionary War through the Korean War.
Also known as the Grand Army of the Republic Museum, the Grand Army Museum was built in 1885. The museum features meticulously restored and preserved furnishings, as well as an array of exhibits pertaining to the Civil War.
North Shore Navigators Baseball games are held at Fraser Field, where the collegiate summer league team plays from June through August. Single game tickets or season passes are available and concessions include hot dogs and beer.