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Lynn Museum & Historical Society image
Lynn, MA
(range: < 1 mile)
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. (This excerpt taken from the Lynn Museum & Historical Society website)
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Lynn, MA
(range: < 1 mile)
Part of the revitalization of our Downtown, the Lynn Veteran's Memorial Auditorium is once again one of the premier entertainment venues in the state! Please check out our event listings and come downtown to a show at the Lynn Auditorium! (This excerpt taken from the Lynn Auditorium website)
Gannon Municpal Golf Course image
Lynn, MA
(range: 2 miles)
Located on the outskirts of the Lynn Woods Reservation, Gannon Municipal Golf Course is an 18-Hole Championship design by famed Donald Ross disciple Wayne Stiles. Gannon is owned by the city of Lynn and operated by Golf Facilities Management Inc. and longtime Golf Course Superintendent Steve Murphy. Established in 1931, it has been providing the North Shore with outstanding conditions and a challenging yet fair layout for over 80 years.  (This excerpt taken from the Gannon Municpal Golf Course website)
There is no better way to celebrate special events and important milestones than with a beautiful chartered sailboat cruise! Atlantic Charters is ready at the helm to take your friends, family and associates for an enjoyable and exciting sail around the harbors of the North Shore and Boston. (This excerpt taken from the Atlantic Charters website)
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Salem, MA
(range: 4 miles)
The mission of the Griffin Theatre is to foster an environment for artists to imagine and grow freely, create quality theatre, and inspire our community. We will achieve this objective through our self produced shows and educational workshops and camps. (This excerpt taken from the The Griffen Theatre website)
In 1668, merchant and ship-owner John Turner built a house on Salem Harbor that was destined to become one of America’s most beloved historic homes. Designated a National Historic Landmark District in 2007, The House of the Seven Gables is best known today as the setting of world-renowned American author Nathaniel Hawthorne’s 1851 novel.  (This excerpt taken from the The House of the Seven Gables website)
Relive the adventures of Captains Kidd and Blackbeard, who roamed freely offshore plundering merchant ships. Participate in an educational, historically accurate and entertaining, live walking tour with a qualified guide who encourages student participation and questions. (This excerpt taken from the New England Pirate Museum website)
There are many reasons to come to PEM. Sometimes, looking at a work of art with someone special by your side is all the motivation you need. Sitting in the light-filled Atrium, watching the expression on a child's face as she makes a collage — each experience is worth the trip. PEM is the place to come for enjoyment, enrichment, sharing with family and friends, and creative stimulation. (This excerpt taken from the The Peabody Essex Museum website)
Salem Witch Museum image
Salem, MA
(range: 4 miles)
The Salem Witch Museum examines one of the most enduring and emotional events in American History…the Salem witch trials of 1692. Our museum consists of two presentations. The first presentation provides an immersive look into the events of 1692. Visitors experience the drama of that dark time though thirteen life-size stage sets, figures, lighting and narration as they are witness to the web of lies and intrigue of the Salem witch-hunt. (This excerpt taken from the Salem Witch Museum website)
The Witch House image
Salem, MA
(range: 4 miles)
The Jonathan Corwin House in Salem, Massachusetts, USA, known as The Witch House, was the home of Judge Jonathan Corwin (1640–1718) and is the only structure you can visit in Salem with direct ties to the Salem witch trials of 1692. (This excerpt taken from the The Witch House website)
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