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President John Adams lived to be 90, and it is thought that his penchant for exercise was a contributing factor.
The son of Massachusetts’ governor and one of the principal founders of Connecticut, John Winthrop, Jr.
Open dawn to dusk. Please respect that the furnace is situated in a residential neighborhood.
This country estate overlooking Quincy Bay transports visitors to the Revolutionary War era and tells the story of a woman’s work to preserve her family’s history more than a hundred years later.
Open first and third Saturday of the month from June - October. Group tours available by appointment.
Soccer field adjacent to municipally owned Mound Street beach located along the Town River.
Named for Henry L.
Named for Alfred N.
Family, youth and senior memberships available. Visit website for fees and swim schedule.
Welcome to Little Sister Charters, Massachusetts charter fishing aboard the Little Sister with Captain Jason Colby.
Named for the former adjacent school, this 1.1 acre park has children’s playground equipment, a basketball court, and large play area.
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.
Quincy’s largest and most utilized park, it is home to the following facilities: Adams Walk: Dedicated June 13, 2009, World War II Memorial, Adams Presidential Tablet, Charles Francis Adams gift mo
The Milton Art Center MAC, is a nonprofit creative development organization offering education and art inspired events for all ages. The MAC offers art classes, workshops, birthday parties, lecture
Girls’ and women’s-only Softball field
Named for Israel W. Monroe, the maternal grandfather of Henry M.
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.
This municipally owned beach has great views of Marina Bay and Boston Harbor.
Part of the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area, and one of the few accessible by land, this property offers stellar vistas of the Boston skyline and other Harbor Islands.
This municipally owned beach, located in a residential area along Quincy Bay, faces Wollaston Beach.
Located behind Atlantic Middle School, the field is named for Dennis O’Neil, a lifelong resident of the Atlantic neighborhood who served many distinguished years as Ward Foreman of the Quincy Publi
Named for John J.
With two little league fields, bocce courts and a picnic facility between the Ruth Gordon Ampitheater and Ryan Boathouse, Pageant Field overlooks Black’s Creek and Wollaston Beach.
Named in 1932 for James S.
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.
Three baseball and soccer fields located in the Blue Hills Reservation, this park has adjacent walking trails, rock climbing, and abuts the Granite Links Golf Club.
A creative community diverse in its membership and visual arts programs, the association’s signature event Quincy Arts Fest is held each September featuring local artist and entertainment.