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You Voice Dates Back To 1740.  Learn The History Of The First Black Voting System

Negro Election Day ! Exhibition

Negro Election Day! Exhibition

Lynn Museum
590 Washington Street
Lynn, MA 01901

 

 

HOURS

Sunday & Monday: Closed
Tuesday & Wednesday: By Appointment Only
Thursday & Friday: 10am – 5pm

We are open the second Saturday of each month, 11am – 3pm, free to the public.

Be sure to check out our calendar to see additional opportunities to visit the Museum!

 

Please contact Salem United, Inc for special exhibitions

 

We will be closed Thursday, November 25th and Friday, November 26th.


SAFETY GUIDELINES
Per the advisement of the City of Lynn, face coverings are required inside the Lynn Museum and LynnArts buildings, regardless of vaccination status.

 

Face coverings are not currently required outdoors.
 

Capacity is currently limited to 50-75 people indoors, with social distancing encouraged.
Bathrooms are limited to a 2 person occupancy at a time.
Elevator is limited to a 3 person occupancy at a time.

 

Hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the building, and visitors are encouraged to sanitize and/or wash their hands often.
 

 

ADMISSION
General Admission: $5.00
Children under 12: Free
Lynn Museum/LynnArts Members: Free
Students: Free

Exhibit Curator:   Doreen Wade, Salem United, Inc. President

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