Home to the Weymouth Historical Society,the homestead houses a genealogical library with Weymouth records from the 1600’s, a shoe shop which is original to the homestead, a military room with memorabilia from the Revolutionary War through World War I, and a carriage house with antique sleighs, farming and ice harvesting tools. Open Wednesdays 9am - 1pm , excluding holidays or by appointment.
The Discover Quincy Holiday Pop Up Shop will be open daily from Wednesday, December 6 through Sunday, December 17 from 11am - 7pm at 1534 Hancock Street, formerly Payless Shoe Source. The shop features the works of 60+ local artisans including Art, Jewelry, Crafts, Gifts, Ceramics, Glass, Fiber and Woodwork. Parking is available in the Hancock Lot and shop can easily be accessed by walkway adjacent to Kelly's Cellar or park in the Messina Lot at the intersection of Hannon Parkway and Hancock Street.
"What Christmas Means to Me" is a holiday musical revue tailor made to kick off the holiday season. This one stop shopping dining and musical event is a perfect solution for family, office or friends holiday gatherings.
Choice of four performances: Wednesday, December 6 at noon ~ Thursday, December 7 at noon ~ Friday, December 8 at noon and 8pm. Advance reservations recommended as shows frequently sell out.
Celebrate the season with a Victorian afternoon tea at the Eustis Estate. Relax in the beautifully decorated parlors and enjoy tea sandwiches, scones, and other treats. Your ticket includes admission to the museum and the special exhibition, Mementos: Jewelry of Life and Love from Historic New England.
$38 Historic New England members
Seating is limited and registration is required. Please call 617-994-6600 for more information.
On the first Wednesday evening of each month, the Quincy Quarry & Granite Workers Museum hosts an open meeting, held at the Ward 4 Community Center, to relate stories of Quincy's Grainte Industry. For weather related information on meeting or any additional information, please call 617-472-1322.