Introduction to Lynnfield, Massachusetts
Lynnfield, Massachusetts, in Essex county, is 6 miles NW of Lynnfield, Massachusetts and 12 miles N of Boston, Massachusetts. The town benefits from easy access to the nearby cities and towns with which it shares the Boston metropolitan area. Lynnfield contains a population of approximately 11,542.
Lynnfield initially consisted of two separate villages with a single governing body. The center of Lynnfield comprises mostly an agricultural population, while south Lynnfield has a mixed culture. Later on, Lynnfield became a prosperous residential area where people from other parts of Massachusetts migrated. Over time, Lynnfield has become a modern suburb of Boston.
Lynnfield and nearby Attractions
- James W. Leach Memorial Park
- Salem Wax Museum
- Hunt Memorial Park
- Mapleway Playground
- Birch Meadow Park
- Lynn Woods Reservation
Things To Do In Lynnfield
Lynnfield has a renonwned zoo and national park which allures animal lovers. It also has golf courses and parks. The winery in Lynnfield, one of the oldest of its kind, is also a popular destination.
The nearest airport is Boston Logan International.
Lynnfield Higher Education
Salem State College offers high quality of education to the students at Lynnfield.