Lynn’s memory starts here! Established in 1897, the Lynn Museum & Historical Society is the only organization in the city devoted to collecting, preserving, and fostering an appreciation of Lynn’s rich history. Did you know that Lynn is the home of Marshmallow Fluff, or that a sea serpent was once sighted in Lynn Harbor?
A membership organization open to the public, the museum fulfills its mission by offering youth and adult programs, maintaining a research library and archives, and mounting several changing exhibitions each year. We invite you to visit and find out what you have been missing!
Join us for our Free Maritime Festival on Saturday September 28 from 12-3pm.
Also take this opportunity to explore the ongoing exhibitions: “A Step Back in Time”, "Lynn History..." "Lynn at Home", "Tying the Knot" and "Greetings from Lynn"
This venue will accept your Museum Day Live! ticket on the screen of your smartphone.
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