Located eight miles south of Boston, Quincy is brimming with historic sites and attractions of its own. Best known as the birthplace of presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, the city of Quincy played a pivotal role in the American Revolution. Visitors can learn more at the Adams National Historical Park, Dorothy Quincy Homestead, and the Quincy Historical Society. Explore Quincy's maritime history on board the USS Salem or take in thousands of acres of nature trails and a host of outdoor activities at the nearby Blue Hills Reservation.
Contact the Quincy Chamber of Commerce for more information on local lodging, attractions, restaurants, and ideas for itineraries.