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Known as the City of Presidents, Quincy, Massachusetts is home to two United States Presidents; John Adams and John Quincy Adams. Visitors can tour their birthplaces, summer White House and final resting place; national treasures virtually unmatched in authenticity.  With twenty-seven miles of coastline and beaches, acres of beautiful protected parks, the most interesting and diverse dining scene outside of Boston, rock climbing and hiking in the Blue Hills Reservation, world-class golf courses and so much more. Its industrial past of shipbuilding and granite, transitioned to Shopperstown USA and the establishment of legendary chains of Dunkin Donuts and Howard Johnsons. Now a city of suburban neighborhoods with an urban center located minutes from downtown Boston, Quincy is easily accessible via MBTA, boat or car.

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Featured Attraction

Adams Crypt at United First Parish Church

Known as the “Church of the Presidents,” this historic church was built from Quincy granite in 1828 with funds provided by John Adams. Tours of the church include a visit to the Adams Family crypt; the final resting place of Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, and First Ladies Abigail and Louisa Catherine Adams; and visitors can view [Read More...]

Moswetuset Hummock

Moswetusset Hummock (1617) was the seat of the Massachusett Native American sachem, Chickatabot, where he negotiated with the early English [Read More...]

News

Quincy Rocks, FREE Outdoor Concerts, Tuesdays June 30, July 14 & 28, August 11

Quincy Rocks, FREE Outdoor Concerts, Tuesdays June 30, July 14 & 28, August 11

Rockin’Music for a Rockin’ City, this free outdoor concert series sponsored by Discover Quincy  will be held on Tuesdays June 30, [Read More...]
50 Days of FREEdom, June 13 – August 1, 50 Days, 50+ FREE Events!

50 Days of FREEdom, June 13 – August 1, 50 Days, 50+ FREE Events!

Quincy is rich in arts and culture, community, historic and recreational assets. As the organization dedicated to promoting tourism in the City of [Read More...]
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