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Quincy

Quincy, MA

QuincyWebsite: quincyma.gov

Visitor Guide: Discover Quincy (pdf)

MBTA: Quincy is accessible through the Red Line, with four stops at North Quincy, Wollaston, Quincy Center, and Quincy Adams. It can also be reached through the Plymouth/Kingston Commuter Rail Line and the Middleborough/Lakeville Commuter Rail Line. Both of these services serve South Station.

Fast Facts

As Boston’s immediate southern suburb, Quincy is a large city with varied attractions. It is the birthplace of two U.S. Presidents, John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams as well as the first signer of the Declaration of Independence, John Hancock. After its incorporation in 1792, the town thrived thanks to a successful granite industry and the Granite Railway, the United States’ first commercial railroad. Beloved Howard Johnson’s and Dunkin’ Donuts were also founded in this beautiful city in the early 20th century. Notable people from Quincy include Clara Blandick, better known as “Auntie Em” in The Wizard of Oz, Peter Del Vecho, Oscar-winning producer of Frozen, and one of Boston’s favorite bands, the Dropkick Murphys.

Things To Do

There are a variety of things to do in this picturesque city by the bay. Stroll around Marina Bay and catch a glimpse of the beautiful Boston skyline from afar or walk Wollaston Beach to savor the last traces of summer. Drive inland towards Adams National Historical Park, the homes of two past Presidents, John Adams and John Quincy Adams. Perfect your game at Granite Links, a semi-private golf club located in the scenic Quarry Hills. Take some time to explore the scenic trails and stunning skyline views of the Blue Hills Reservation. Afterward, enjoy a comfortable stay at the Quincy Marriott, conveniently located just a five-minute drive away, and end your evening at the Hull and Mason Restaurant and Bar located within the Marriott.

  • 135 Adams Street
  • (617) 773-1177

Adams National Historical Park, Quincy, MA, is comprised of the birthplace homes of Presidents John and John Quincy Adams; the Old House, home to four generations of the Adams family; and the Stone Library. Many park programs and special events are offered to give kids of all…

  • 1305 Hancock Street
  • 617-376-1110

Known as the City of Presidents, Quincy was home to U.S. Presidents John Adams & John Quincy Adams. Visitors can tour their birthplaces, summer White House and final resting places; relax along our 27 miles of coastline, go hiking in the Blue Hills Reservation and enjoy our…

  • 17 Reardon Street
  • (617) 328-1333

Operating in the New England and metropolitan area of Boston, since 1991, Don Quijote Tours has provided our exclusive tour services to international visitors in search of the consummate American experience. Featuring Spanish/Portuguese receptive wholesale tour operators. Foreign…

  • 1400 Hancock Street, 9th Floor
  • (617) 471-1700

We invite you to ENGAGE with the Chamber to expand your network, BUILD your business using our resources and become an INFLUENCE in our community.

Where To Stay

  • 1000 Marriott Drive
  • (617) 472-1000

Bring your group to the city of Presidents and enjoy our updated hotel just 8 miles south of Boston. Marriott Boston Quincy has the space you need with19 event rooms, 17,000 square feet of meeting and event space. Affordable group rates, fabulous hotel. Outdoor area for…

  • 215 Wood Road
  • (781) 380-3300

Relax in one of our 103 spacious guest rooms, restyled with fresh carpets and calming décor. Enjoy a great night’s sleep in the clean and fresh Hampton bed®. Wake to freshly made coffee in your room and news reports on the 32-inch TV and refresh in the stylish bathroom with a…

Where To Eat

  • 1000 Marriott DR
  • (617) 472-1000

All of our dishes incorporate locally sourced ingredients harvested from our dedicated growers enabling us to craft coastal-inspired dishes that are as distinct and unique as our surroundings.

  • 550 Adams Street
  • (617) 696-8700

Abby Park offers American cuisine with a modern and creative twist. Mediterranean and European influences infuse classic comfort dishes with a hint of worldliness, making our menus fun yet familiar. Brunch is available! Dine Out Boston is March 10-23, 2024 Click on the amenities…

  • 250 Granite Street
  • (781) 843-4810

Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse pairs a state of the art kitchen & exceptional restaurant design in Braintree with a warm, inviting place to dine. Attention to detail and attentiveness to your needs is evident in everything we do. Dine Out Boston is March 10-23, 2024…