Travel & Transportation

Contact Us

Taxicabs
Marina Bay Taxi Service: (617) 472-4111
McGrath’s Taxi Service: (617) 472-6210
Yellow Cab: (617) 773-6262

AAA
650 Adams St.,
Quincy, MA 02169
(617) 472-4900

Car Rentals
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
279 Willard Street
(617) 471-9333

686 Southern Artery
(617) 786-066060

Beale Street
(617) 376-4769

Hertz Rent-A-Car
1000 Marriott Drive
(617) 774-2081

Verc Rentals
231 Southern Artery
(617) 770-0007

Directions

Quincy is easily accessible by highway, water shuttle and the MBTA’s Red Line, which has four stops in Quincy: North Quincy, Wollaston, Quincy Center and Quincy Adams stations.

From Boston and Points North

Take Route 95 South through Boston to Route 93 South. Take Exit 12 (“Quincy/Neponset”) and follow the Quincy signs over the Neponset Bridge. At the top of the bridge, take the Hancock Street exit. Follow Hancock Street for approximately 2.75 miles to Quincy Center. The Adams National Historical Park Visitor Center is located in Quincy Center at 1250 Hancock Street.

From the South

Take Route 95/128 North to Route 93 North. Take Exit 18 to Burgin Parkway/Quincy Center. Follow Burgin Parkway to Quincy Center. After passing through the intersection of Burgin Parkway and Granite St. (Burger King will be on your left), you will pass the Quincy Center MBTA station on your right. At the next set of lights, turn right onto Dimmock Street. At the first set of lights, turn right onto Hancock Street. The Adams National Historical Park Visitor Center will be on your left at 1250 Hancock Street.

From Cape Cod

Take Route 3 North to Exit 19. Follow Burgin Parkway to Quincy Center. After passing through the intersection of Burgin Parkway and Granite St. (Burger King will be on your left), you will pass the Quincy Center MBTA station on your right. At the next set of lights, turn right onto Dimmock Street. At the first set of lights, turn right onto Hancock Street. The Adams National Historical Park Visitor Center will be on your left at 1250 Hancock Street.

By Rail

From Boston, take either the MBTA Red Line or the Old Colony Commuter Rail (Middleboro/Lakeville Line) to the Quincy Center stop. Exit the station to your left onto Hancock Street. The Adams National Historical Park
Visitor Center is located across the street at the Presidents Place Galleria, 1250 Hancock Street.

 

Parking Information

Downtown Quincy offers several public parking garages and municipal lots.

Hancock Parking Lot

Entrance on Chestnut St./Dennis Ryan Parkway.

Presidents Place Garage

1250 Hancock St. Entrance to garage is at the end of Saville Ave.
Visitors to the Adams National Historical Park Visitor Center – also located in Presidents Place – receive parking validation with paid admission.

Getting Around

Adams National Historical Park Trolley Service

The Adams National Historical Park offers trolley service between the
park’s Visitor Center, the Adams birthplaces and the Adams Mansion.
Trolley service is included in the park’s admission ($5 adults, children
16 and under free).

Public Transportation

With four MBTA Red Line subway stops and numerous bus routes,
Quincy offers easy access to public transportation. In Quincy, the MBTA’s Red Line trains stop at North Quincy, Wollaston, Quincy Center and Quincy Adams stations.

MBTA Schedule/Route Information

Train schedule and bus route information is available by calling the MBTA Travelers’ Information Center at (617) 222-3200 or click here.

MBTA Visitor Passes

Visitors to Quincy and the Boston area may purchase special MBTA
Visitor Passes that provide unlimited bus and subway travel.  For more information on these passes, please click here.

Marina Bay Ferry

The Marina Bay Ferry will return to service on Wednesday, July 01, 2020.  For more information visit the website by clicking here.  To view the schedule, please click here