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Lynnfield, MA

Things To Do In Lynnfield, MA

Situated on the Ipswich River, Lynnfield is a modern, predominantly residential suburb of Boston, with plenty of interesting and fun things to do for visitors and residents.

Lynnfield was incorporated in 1842 and served as 2 separate villages – Lynnfield Center and South Lynnfield – connected by a governing body until being assigned the same ZIP code in the 1960s. Ponds and brooks dot this lovely town conveniently situated near easily accessible transportation routes Interstate 95 and Route 1.





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Did You Know?

Famous Red Sox player, Carl Yastrzemski, lived in Lynnfield, MA for a period of time.

Museums & Attractions

There are plenty of fun and exciting things to do in Lynnfield, such as local shops and delicious restaurants. One of the best places to enjoy an evening of comfort food, entertainment, and even bowling, is Kings at MarketStreet Lynnfield.

Restaurants North of Boston

Unique and delicious places to eat in Lynnfield are abundant. Be sure to visit Davio’s during your next visit to enjoy their excellent Italian steakhouse-style menu.


MarketStreet Lynnfield is one of the best shopping centers north of Boston, MA. Here, you’ll find delicious sit-down and quick service dining, shopping, and entertainment.

Getting Here

From Boston/Logan Airport: Take I-93 N and I-95 N to Main St. in Lynnfield. Take exit 59 from I-95 N.

From New Hampshire: Take I-93 S to Exit 37A onto I-95 N, then take exit 59 to Lynnfield Center.