Discover Quincy

Discover Quincy

View the Discover Quincy website for information on tourism, events, and other attractions in the City of Quincy.

The Quincy Chamber of Commerce - recently produced three new brochures that give visitors to Quincy a fresh look Walking, Driving and Exploring Discover Quincy - the tourism office of the Quincy Chamber of Commerce - recently produced three new brochures that give visitors to Quincy a fresh look at the many different activities and places that Quincy has to offer. Once in Quincy Center, the Walking Tour of Quincy takes visitors to the National Historical Park, as well as the Thomas Crane Public Library, the Dorothy Quincy Homestead, the United First Parish Church, Hancock Cemetery and many statues and markers along the way. The Driving Tour brings visitors to all corners of the City, including Maypole Park in Merrymount, Moswetusset Hummock, Josiah Quincy House, Abigail Adams Cairn, the John Winthrop Jr. Blast Furnace, Granite Railway Incline and the U.S.S. Salem. The Explore the Area brochure gives visitors a peek into the many amenities that Quincy has to offer in addition to its rich history. The water enthusiast can find fishing, boating, dining al fresco and the ferry into Boston and the Islands. The recreationist can play golf at any of Quincy’s three beautiful golf courses or can rock climb and hike at the Quincy Quarries Reservation. Of course, Wollaston Beach is a great place to swim, walk, bike ride, jog, play volleyball or simply eat! All three brochures are available at the Quincy Chamber of Commerce, the Adams National Historical Park Visitors Center, or Quincy City Hall.

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Adams National Historical Park

May 24, 2016 

Travel back in time at the Adams National Historical Park, where you'll visit the birthplaces of not one, but two U.S. presidents: John Adams and his son, John Quincy Adams. Your journey begins at the park's Visitor Center in Quincy Center: After viewing the center's exhibits and video presentation, board a trolley for the short journey to the quaint colonial saltbox birthplaces of the presidents.

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