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Besides its picturesque beauty, this West Quincy cemetery is singularly significant for its association with Solomon Willard, “the Father of the Granite Industry” and noted architect of the Bunker
Open dawn to dusk.
Private tours of Boston area history, sites and scenes done boutique style; expert local, fun guides in comfortable, luxury vehicles customizing tours to suit individual tastes.
New England Wildlife Center is the only comprehensive wildlife hospital in the metro-Boston area that provides care for sick, injured and orphaned wild animals. We treat 225 different species a ye
Self-guided tours, Nature Trails & Store Hours: 7 days a week 10:00 am - 4:00 pm.
Stretching over 7,000 acres from Quincy to Dedham, Milton to Randolph, the Blue Hills Reservation provides a green oasis in an urban environment.
Located 8 miles south of Boston, the entire course is situated on 93 acres and offers dramatic views of the Boston skyline, Neponset River, and the Blue Hills Reservation.
Free program held monthly to highlight Quincy’s Environmental Treasures.
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.
Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum conducts guided tours of the Blue Hills and Quincy Quarry Reservations and Native American sites.
Begin your Adams experience at the park Visitor Center and view the new park movie, Enduring Legacy: Four Generations of the Adams Family.
Historic Houses and Visitor Center open April 19- Nov. 10, 9am-5pm daily. Visitor Center stays open Nov. 11
Explore America’s birth as a global economic power in the 19th century through the prism of one family’s inspiring stories of adventure, innovation, entrepreneurial spirit and civic leadership.
Built in 1731, the Old House at Peace field became the residence of the Adams family for four generations from 1788 to 1927.
Open April 19 - November 10, 9am - 5pm daily
History, character, sites, stories and more – Boston has it all. And Boston Harbor Cruises can show you this captivating city like no one else can.
The entrance is marked with a large slate headstone with an incised anchor and inscription: “Here rest retired mariners who in their later years made their home at the Sailor’s Snug Harbor which fr
With have candlepin bowling, pool, darts and video games.
Celebrating their 65th season, this group of amateur and professional musicians bring symphonic music to the metro-south Boston area.
Comprised of 34 islands situated along the Greater Boston shoreline, many can be viewed from Quincy’s coastal roads.
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,
Welcome to Boston! Choose from a wide variety of Boston tours and New England sightseeing options.
One of America’s earliest garden cemeteries, the first two plots were ceremoniously purchased on May 5, 1856 by Charles Francis Adams, Sr.
Known as the “Church of the Presidents,” this historic church was built from Quincy granite in 1828 with funds provided by John Adams.
Open April 19 - November 11, Monday - Friday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Group tours are available upon request.
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 memo
Open Wednesdays 9 am – 1 pm, excluding holidays and by appointment.
This historic site in the Blue Hills Reservation is an impressive remnant of the nation’s first commercial railroad (1826), which used horse-drawn cars to carry the massive granite blocks from the
Open dawn to dusk. Please respect that the railway is situated in a residential neighborhood.
The Suffolk Resolves, which were signed here on September 9, 1774 and carried by Paul Revere to the First Continental Congress in Philadelphia, were a major development in colonial animosity leadin
Open limited Sundays 1-3pm
Bringing music to the South Shore and the World since 1981, their concert schedule is posted on their website.
Operating in the New England and metropolitan area of Boston and based in the City of Quincy since 1991, Don Quijote Tours has provided tour services to international visitors in search of the cons