The staff of the Lynn Public Library is dedicated to serving the needs of a diverse population whose interests range from scholarly research to cultural pursuits to entertainment. The Library encourages an environment where its patrons may inform, educate, and enlighten themselves. Our collection numbers almost 125,000 volumes, with over 30,000 in the Children’s Department alone. The large Reference collection is known for its emphasis on Lynn history, genealogy, the Civil War, business and law. The Circulation Department keeps current with all the best sellers.
The Lynn Public Library is one of 28 area libraries that make up the North of Boston Library Exchange (NOBLE).
The iRead Read Beyond the Beaten Path Summer Reading Program is in full swing, but it’s never too late to join in the fun! The Lynn Public Library has reading programs for all ages. Select an icon below for more information.
Don’t miss out on all we have planned for July! View our July Flyer here or view our online calendar here. Have you logged your reading for our summer reading programs? Click here to learn more!
Summer Hours start Monday June 13th
- Mon, Wed, Thur, and Fri 9am-5pm
- Tuesday – open late! 9am-8pm
- Saturday and Sunday Closed
The Lynn Public Library will be closed Monday July 4th for Independence Day.
Starting April 7th, 2022, the Lynn Public Library will no longer be charging late fines on any of our items! Bring back your overdue books, DVDs, and CDs to check out more! Items from other libraries may still accrue late fines. Does not apply to billed or lost items. If you have questions regarding your account, please contact us at 781-595-0567.
View our press release here
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Overdrive now has a new ebook and audiobook app! Libby is now available to download for free from your app store. For more information visit the Libby help page.
ProQuest now offers library patrons free access to their “Black Freedom Struggle in the United States” resource database. Click the image below to access the ProQuest website.
Your favorite app for e books and audio books has just gotten better. Libby now has magazines that you can download to your favorite smart device or computer! Visit https://noble.overdrive.com/ for more information and to browse the magazine collection.