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This beautiful, waterfront 35 acre park boasts magnificent views, 1.3 miles of walking trails and several acres of upland meadows that
Open daily from dawn to dusk.
Featuring a recently restored 600+ year old Indian Dug-out canoe found at Great Pond, kitchen exhibit, shoe shop, ladies fan collection and other exhibits including artifacts from our native folk,
Moswetuset Hummock (1617) was the seat of the Massachusett Native American sachem, Chickatabot, where he negotiated with the early English settlers.
The Adams Academy, built of Quincy granite, is an early and important example of Gothic revival architecture in America.
Open mid-April - October Monday through Friday, 9 am – 4 pm and Saturdays noon – 3 pm. Library open Monday through Friday, 9am to noon and by appointment year round.
Thomas Morton, the first English person to build a plantation, known as Mar-e-Mount, on Massachusetts Bay in 1624, operated a successful trading post. On May Day, 1627, he erected a Maypole.
Open dawn to dusk. Please respect that this property is situated in a residential neighborhood.
Named for Private First Class William R.
Quincy’s largest beach, managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, offers 2.5 miles of clean sand, swimming, lifeguards, free parking, a bathhouse with public restrooms