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Quincy Historical Society is a great place to stop into when visiting the historical sites
in Quincy, MA. It has many historical papers, photos, items that were around back when President John Adams and family were living here. A lot of information to be found.
This was a great way to really take in the history around the birth of Quincy & also the vital role it played in shaping this great country.
Located right the center of Quincy, it's ideal for a visit before you do the Adams tour...More
The Quincy Historical Museum is located in the Adams Academy building, built in the 19th century and originally a boy’s school. On the ground floor is an exhibit,“Of Stones, of Ships, of Minds,” dedicated to Quincy’s granite and shipbuilding industries, and to its businesses Howard...More
There is so much history in Quincy to explore and experience, but no visit to Quincy would be complete with a stop and tour of the Quincy Historical Society. In fact, I recommend that it be your first stop as it is the best source...More
We had an hour to wait for our Adams Historical Site Tour so we wandered over to the Quincy Historical Society. It is housed in a quaint historical building that used to house an academy. The exhibits covered the history of the city, famous residents...More
I'm a big fan of local history, and if your research is about Quincy MA (home to John Adams, John Quincy Adams, and Abigail Adams), this small but fascinating museum is worth a trip. Located in a historic building that once housed a school called...More
I have to say first off that I am bias being a member of this society,but if you are interested in Quincy's history,this has a lot to offer. The museum is located in just one room but enough to give you an insight into local...More
Learn the story of how Quincy was once Braintree and delve into the treasure trove of artifacts, documents, and photographs.
Director Ed Fitzgerald is a font of wisdom about Quincy and is please to share his time and knowledge with visitors. There is also ample...More