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Children’s playground equipment
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
The earliest surviving home of the Quincy family, this house was built in 1686 by Edmund Quincy and greatly expanded and remodeled in 1706 displaying the evolution of colonial architecture.
Open limited Saturdays May - September. Private showings and group tours available.
A collaborative of twelve historic sites in Greater Boston connecting you to their hidden stories and relationships.
Historically significant as the site of the original building and cemetery of the First Church of England in Braintree, the oldest Episcopal parish in Quincy, and the second formed in Massachusetts
Founded in June 1962, when a core group of local performers from various little theatre groups united to perform Oklahoma! Through the following years, Curtain Call Theatre has grown to pe
Named for Adams Shore community activist Arthur Boyson, a former President of the Adams Shore Community Association who helped the City acquire land for a playground.
This municipally owned beach, located in a residential area, is along the Town River.
This municipally owned beach with children’s playground equipment, located in a residential area, is along the Town River.
A rare surviving example of late nineteenth-century architecture and design will soon be open to the public for the first time ever.
Whether you drive or cruise into Bay Pointe Marina for a visit, you’ll always feel welcome at this beautiful Suntex marina, located just a short distance from Boston.
On the grounds of the Beechwood Knoll School, this 2.2 acre park has children’s playground equipment and a basketball court.
Frederick H. Bishop, a Civil War veteran of the 14th Infantry born on March 30, 1848, lived on Summit Avenue most of his life.
Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum conducts guided tours of the Blue Hills and Quincy Quarry Reservations and Native American sites.
A founding team of Major League Lacrosse, the premier professional outdoor lacrosse league, the Boston Cannons play their home games at the historic Harvard Stadium.
Children’s playground equipment and basketball court.
Basketball court, children’s playground equipment, in-line skating rink, and softball field, adjacent to Parkhurst/Perry Beach and across the street from the Public Landing and Quincy Yacht Club.
The grounds of the Broad Meadows Middle School has two basketball and tennis courts, two soccer fields and one softball field.
Named for Private First Class William R.
Families, friends and fun in the sun start right here at Captain’s Cove Marina. Captain’s Cove is a pile anchored deep water marina.
Named for Staff Sergeant Charles Cavanagh, a Quincy native killed while serving his country with Company C, 28th Infantry Regt, 8th Division on March 6, 1945 in Germany, this 4.5 acre park, has a b