Yes. There are marijuana dispensaries in the City of Lynn operating pursuant to Massachusetts’ Question 4, which legalized recreational cannabis and permitted the operation of licensed cannabis dispensaries. Cannabis dispensaries are allowed in the B3, B, BSBZ, CBD, LI, HI zones.
Yes. You can find medical marijuana dispensaries in Lynn. The city abides with Question 3, which allows approved dispensaries to operate in Massachusetts' jurisdictions.
Yes. You can buy cannabis from online weed dispensaries in Lynn. The city allows the delivery of cannabis products to buyers.
When visiting a Lynn dispensary, consider the following:
You must present a valid government-issued ID showing you are 21 or older if you want to buy recreational cannabis
If you plan to buy medical cannabis, you must present a Massachusetts medical marijuana registry ID before you may enter the premises
Expect to meet knowledgeable and friendly staff to assist with product selection
Expect to find a wide variety of cannabis products, including flowers, edibles, concentrates, and topicals
You can only purchase up to an ounce of cannabis per transaction for adult use
Products labeled with information such as THC and CBD levels and expiration dates
Expect to pay with cash and not credit cards
Do not expect to be permitted to use cannabis in the dispensary
Limited hours of operation, dispensaries may have specific days and hours when they are open
Lynn dispensaries are required to comply with the following laws:
A cannabis dispensary may not be located within 500 feet of another cannabis establishment
An adult-use cannabis dispensary (except one that has been permitted to operate as a medical marijuana dispensary) may not be located within 200 feet of a school
A cannabis dispensary must acquire the applicable state license and Lynn permit before commencing operations in the city
A dispensary may not sell cannabis to persons under 21 or who have not obtained an active Massachusetts medical marijuana card
A dispensary must track and record sales made at the facility
Recreational cannabis is legal in Lynn pursuant to Question 4. Under Question 4:
Possession: Adults in Lynn aged 21 and or can possess up to 1 ounce of cannabis and 5 grams of concentrate
Cultivation: Adults 21 and older can grow up to 6 cannabis plants per individual, with a maximum of 12 plants per household
Use: Adults 21 and older can consume cannabis on their private properties but not in public places, workplaces, or while operating a vehicle
Sale: Licensed dispensaries can sell cannabis and cannabis products to adults 21 and older
Public Consumption: It is illegal to use cannabis in public or operate a vehicle under the influence of cannabis
Medical cannabis is legal in Lynn, according to Question 3, approved by Massachusetts voters in November 2012. Pursuant to Question 3, the following medical cannabis regulations are in place in the City of Lynn:
Qualification: An individual must be diagnosed with a qualifying medical condition and have written certification from a licensed healthcare practitioner to qualify for medical marijuana use
Registry: Patients must register with the Massachusetts Medical Use of Marijuana Program to obtain a medical marijuana card. A medical marijuana card is required at the dispensary to purchase medical cannabis legally
Possession: Qualified patients can possess up to a 60-day supply of cannabis, as determined by their healthcare practitioner. An individual under the age of 18 requires a caregiver approved by the state to access medical cannabis
Cultivation: Qualified patients or their caregivers can grow up to 12 flowering and 12 non-flowering cannabis plants. Lynn patients who want to cultivate enough marijuana plants to yield 60-day supplies must apply for Hardship Cultivation permits
Use: Qualified patients can use cannabis for medical purposes at home or in any place where smoking is allowed
Sale: Only licensed medical marijuana dispensaries may sell cannabis and cannabis products to qualified patients
Participation in the Massachusetts medical marijuana program is required to obtain a medical marijuana card. To enroll in the program, you must have a qualifying condition and obtain certification that you have the condition from an approved physician. If you are a minor, two certifications from different physicians are required.
Once you have your certification, create an account on the state Virtual Gateway service and then visit the Massachusetts Cannabis Portal to start your application. Alternatively, call the state's medical marijuana program at (833) 869-6820 to get paper forms to begin your application.
On the application, you must provide a photo of yourself, the personal identification number issued by your certifying physician, and a valid government-issued ID. The Department of Health in Massachusetts will review your application after submission and issue you a medical marijuana card if the application is successful. For detailed steps to get a medical marijuana card, see the medical marijuana card application instructions guide on the state website.
It is legal for adults 21 and older to use cannabis on private property but not in public places, workplaces, or while operating a vehicle.
You may buy cannabis at a Lynn dispensary by visiting the dispensary's location. To find the addresses of licensed Lynn weed dispensaries, do a quick search online using the term “cannabis dispensaries near me.” A valid ID showing you are 21 or older or a Massachusetts medical marijuana card is required to purchase cannabis.
An eighth of cannabis in Lynn costs about $50.
Some popular cannabis strains in Lynn are:
Ghost Train Haze
Cannabis smoking in public is illegal in Lynn.
Adults 21 and older can have up to 28 grams of cannabis in public and up to 10 ounces at home. They are also allowed to have up to 20 servings of cannabis edibles with a maximum of 100 milligrams of THC. Patients can have a 60-day supply of cannabis.
It is against the law to ship cannabis across state lines in Lynn. You will be charged with a federal law violation if caught because federal laws guide transportation between states.
Yes. You can order both medical and recreational marijuana online from Lynn dispensaries.
There are no 24-hour dispensaries in the City of Lynn.
Yes, tourists visiting Lynn who are 21 years of age or older and have acceptable identification can buy cannabis from dispensaries in the city. However, medical cannabis dispensaries are not available for tourists.
To purchase recreational cannabis in Massachusetts, you must have a government-issued ID with your date of birth. If you want to buy medical marijuana, you need to show an ID from the Massachusetts Medical Marijuana Program and a government-issued ID to prove you are 18 or older.
Apothca and Ethos Cannabis are leading weed dispensaries in Lynn.
Yes. Marijuana dispensaries in Lynn scan IDs.
There are at least four marijuana dispensaries in the City of Lynn. You may find the addresses of these retail outlets using the Find a Retailer tool on the Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission website.
No. Dispensaries in Lynn usually accept cash as a form of payment and typically have ATMs on-site for customers. Credit cards are not commonly accepted.
Lynn does not have a limit on the number of dispensaries that can be visited in a day. However, the amount of cannabis that may be purchased is still restricted, regardless of the number of dispensaries visited.
Lynn dispensaries do not accept health insurance as a form of payment for cannabis purchases.
Yes. Lynn cannabis dispensaries are required by state law to keep track of the amount of cannabis products purchased per buyer. This ensures that buyers do not purchase more than the legal limits.
To enter a recreational cannabis dispensary in Lynn, you must be 21 or older and provide acceptable proof of age. However, if you are 18 and have a Massachusetts medical marijuana card, you can enter a medical marijuana dispensary in Lynn.
The Massachusetts CCC (Cannabis Control Commission) regulates cannabis operations in Lynn. You may contact the CCC at:
2 Washington Square
Worcester, MA 01604
Phone 1: (774) 415-0200
Phone 2: (833) 869-6820 (medical marijuana program)