Lynn Museum/LynnArts

590 Washington Street, Lynn

Admission for Two, Three, or Four to Lynn Museum/LynnArts (Up to 45% Off)

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Visitors of all ages can explore the history, art and culture of Lynn

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Rating of 4 out of 5 stars
May 13, 2022
It was a great experience for a small museum & the entrance had a relaxing patio. Had some good sourveniours. Good atmosphere too

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  • Free admission for children and students

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About Lynn Museum/LynnArts

In the heart of Lynn's Arts & Cultural District, the Lynn Museum was founded in 1897 to collect, preserve and illuminate the city's remarkable history. The museum has evolved into a vibrant cultural center, expanding its footprint to include the LynnArts building at 25 Exchange Street. The Lynn Museum/LynnArts offers changing exhibitions and innovative youth and adult programs which engage and enrich Lynn's diverse community. They invite you to visit and discover Lynn's past and present!

• Size: Housed in the former Lynn Heritage State Park Visitor Center, the Lynn Museum has two floors of gallery and exhibition space, including a small gift shop with Lynn themed goods, and a beautiful park and courtyard for guests to enjoy. The Museum building is fully accessible.

• Eye Catcher: 3D artifacts including 17th & 18th century shoemaking tools, a model jet engine, lasting machine, our prized Shoe Medallion from the 1893 World’s Fair, and a stunning large-scale portrait of the Newhall family by Frank W. Benson (1910).

• Permanent Exhibits: “Collecting For: The Artifacts of Lynn” highlights the early collection of the Lynn Museum & Historical Society, while “Industry & Craft” explores the different industries of Lynn from the colonial period through the industrial age and shows that the “Shoe City” was the origin of many inventions that revolutionized the economy.

• Visiting Exhibit: Featured in The Boston Globe and Chronicle, view a 19th century diorama of the Lynn, Boston, and Revere Railroad constructed by Lynn-based artist Todd Gieg.

• Don’t Miss: “Untold Stories: A History of Black People in Lynn” is the Museum’s latest exhibition featuring photographs, objects and oral histories celebrating Lynn’s Black history and community.

• Open by appointment on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.