Lynn is a former industrial center and is home to more than 90,000 people. Just north of Boston, a side trip to the city via a bus rental and charter in Lynn, Massachusetts is a great idea.
A 24-passenger bus rental and charter in Lynn is the best way to get around the city. Not only will you have a way to transport your entire tour group, but you will also have a place to rest after a day of walking, touring and exploring. So call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 today and visit the following sites in style.
Check out the Lynn Veteran's Memorial Auditorium (Lynn, MA 01901), which is an intimate setting that's at par with auditoriums in Boston. The auditorium has seen big names performing on stage, including Bill Cosby, Peter Paul and Mary, and Foreigner.
Lynn also hosts the Red Rock Park Summer Concert series that feature several local bands as well as other activities.
If you want a different kind of food experience, you can always rely on Lynn. Check out:
For some great shopping, Lynn also has a selection of great retailers:
Fraser Field is a baseball stadium that is home to North Shore Navigators. The stadium was built in the 1940s. And you also have Manning Field, a municipal football stadium, where the Manning Bowl was held from the 1930s through August 2005.
Further, you could go to the 18-hole Gannon Municipal Golf Course for some tee time!
At Lynn Heritage State Park (Lynn, MA 01902), you can stroll on the boardwalk while looking at the exhibits on shoe making. You can also go to the Lynn Museum and Historical Society, where you could learn more about the city and its heritage. Or you can head to the Grand Army of the Republic Museum, which still has its original furniture and furnishings. The walls of the museum have the photographs of Civil War soldiers. This is also the place to go if you want to know more about the Revolutionary War right down to the Korean War.
Other historic places you should not miss:
Check out the Lynn Woods Reservation. The reservation is the biggest municipal park in the entire New England and it is the second biggest in the entire United States. It has more than 2,200 acres of of space, and is the spot for several historic sites such as Steel Tower, Stone Tower, Dungeon Rock, and the Wolf Pits. Or you could go to the High Rock Tower, where you could get a view of Boston, the ocean, downtown Lynn, Egg Rock and Nahant.
You could also see the longest stone wall in the United States at the Pine Grove Cemetery, which is also one of the biggest in the country.
Further, check out the Barkland Avenue Dog Park where you can take your pets for some sun. If you want to jog, walk, bike, and do anything you want to do outside, then visit Long Beach, Lynn Shore Drive, Red Rock Park, and King's Beach.
On top of these places, you can also visit the city's various parks:
Meanwhile the kids can have tons of fun with the city's playgrounds:
Other places you could go to include: