Quincy is in Massachusetts. Quincy was the birthplace of President John Adams and President John Quincy Adams. John Hancock, the United States Declaration of Independence and the first Governor of Massachusetts, was also born there. Quincy had produced the first commercial railroad in the area to be used in many buildings in the area to carry granite from the quarries to Boston. Quincy's ship history began with a sailing ship in the 1800s and continued to fight at Maekawa Shipyard. A restaurant between Howard Johnson and Dunkin Donut started here.
- Logan International Airport (BOS IATA) in Boston
- Massachusetts Bay Transportation Bureau (MBTA or "T"), Telephone: +1 617-222-5215 Quincy connects both the Boston and other South Shore towns and the subway and the computer.
- Massachusetts Bay Transportation Bureau (MBTA or "T"), Telephone: +1 617-222-5215 Quincy has many bus routes.
Interstate 93 runs south from Boston to Quincy.
Although Quincy is mainly a residential area, urbanization is increasing around the Quincy Center. You can get to most of the city by bus, but what's worth seeing is the distance you can walk from MBTA station.
- 1 Adams National Historical Park, 1250 Hancock St,, Fax, ✉[email protected] Old House: April 19 - November 10. Every day, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and in the winter, the visit center opened. Tu-F 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The tour includes old families and birth places. To see a historic house, you must take a tour. The last tour leaves at 3:15 p.m. You can also orient the exhibition, including exhibition halls, bookstores and public toilets. The 14-acre (56,600m²) park consists of John and John Quincy Adams' birthplace, old house, United First Parish Church. More than 8 people require reservations, but no group rate. You can also see the President of the United States, John Adams and his son, John Quincy Adams's Adams Mansion, just near the Quincy Center's MBTA station. $15, less than $16.
- 2 Dorothy Quincy Homestead, mid-October Butler Road, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
- 3 Quincy Historical Society, 8 Adams St ☏+1 617 773 . M-F 9AM-4PM, Sa Noon to 4:00 p.m. It was a beautiful stone built on the birthplace of Hancock, which gave an excellent overview of Quincy's history. three dollars.
- 4. Hancock Cemetery, 1305. Hancock St. (adjacent to City Hall) The tomb of the Adams family, the Quincy family and John Hancock's father. An interesting cemetery art. Free.
-  First Church, 1306 Hancock St (across city hall), .
- 6 Thomas Kernel Public Library 40 Washington St . M-Th 9AM-9PM, Sa 9AM-5PM, Su 1PM-5PM. Freedom.
- 7 Josiah Quincy House, 20 Muirhead St, ☏ . the season a tour of the day four dollars.
- 8 USS Salem & the Us Naval Chipbuilding Museum (739 Washington St) +1 617 479 USS Salem is a 716-foot U.S. navy heavy cruiser and is the only example of this kind of ship in the world. Salem was among the most advanced warships until 1959. She is now permanently anchored at her birthplace, the former Park Water Station in Quincy, Massachusetts. The ship is also the main building of the U.S. Navy Shipbuilding Museum, which exhibits thousands of articles about the history and shipbuilding of the navy. From 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. to winter, and Sue from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The admission fee for the general public is $5, and children under 4 are free active military personnel. The group tour is available for reservations.
- Boston Harbor Islands State Park, Tel: +1 617-727-5290,  On the ferry (703 Washington St., telephone +1 617-223-8666(2)), head to George Island to visit the other five islands in Boston Harbor. Range-led activities, events, narration, or swimming, picnics, camps, and fish only.
- The Quincy Quarry and Quincy Quarry supply granite to buildings in Boston and around the world, and have a mouth-like 'finger' and a bluish-colored color. It's empty now, and during the day it's a good place for hiking and taking walks. There are also regions where the color is stained with graffiti by teenagers, where the island is used for rock climbing, the oldest railway in the United States, and a van used to carry granite to the port for transportation above Boston.
- 1 Wollaston Beach, ☏ . Quincy Shore Drive. 2.5-mile beach with a lifeguard, free parking and a public bathroom. Although swimming is officially recognized as safe, before the 1970s environmental bill, many people in the port were generally corrupt. Today's port is completely different, but it has a reputation.
- 2 Black. Black's Creek, along the Wollaston Beach, is a very scenic Marsh Land and a creek. There are roads, but they are hardly maintained. But along the other side of the road along the coast, there is a great way to walk along the beach and the marsh. Black's Creek has the Kinkade Island, a cove with children's playground and benches, which crosses a small wooden bridge to come in.
- . Quincy Shore Drive. Popular for jogging, cycling roads and beaches.
- 4 Nickerson Beach, 120 Dorchester St, 617 376 .Free Parking
- The Fords 15 Cottage Abage. Quincy, MA 02169. We served a bar and restaurant themed on sports with delicious food and decent beer. $$
- The Genaloz, Branchard Road 12. It's a delicious northern-end Italian dish, but it's a big menu and a high price per piece (the advance price is $0). The part is heavy, large and easy to eat for two people, and side salads are very cheap. $
- Grumpy White's, 211 Sea St. A local restaurant and bar with American food.
- Newcomb Farms, 93 Beale St. Wollaston - Home Good Food, Affordable $
- La Paloma, 195 Newport Av, . Lunch, dinner. Mexican food is good. $$
- In at Bay Point, 64 Washington Ct, . eat the riverside of a town or river $$
- Captain Fish Bones, 332 Victory☏ Rd, . Breakfast, lunch, dinner, branch. I'll eat the Marina promenade outside. $-$
- Classic India, 1585 Hancock St, . lunch and dinner $$
- Webster's Eatery, 25 Scammel St, . Yes. Quincy. Breakfast, lunch, dinner, Middle East specialties $
- Farafelking, 1504 Hancock St, . a Middle Eastern dish $$
Quincy has many bars, especially along Hancock Street at Quincy Center and around it. It is usually full of people from Quincy and nearby areas. Popular bars include stadiums and the British Commonwealth. However, unlike Boston, Quincy closes at 1:00 a.m.
- The Fools 15 Cottage Abe☏, +1 617 471-4447 Sports Illustrated named it #1 Sports Bar.
- Half door 1514-1516 Hancock St, +1 617 472-8600. It is one of the main local drinkers wearing a white hat, and is called 'Yadu.' The most comfortable and frequent appearances are band and Irish baladas.
- 1 Brookside House
- 2 Nova Suites
- 3 Best Western Adams Inn 29 Hancock St Toll-Free: + . $116 to $150.
- President City Inn 845 Hancock St, .36. 79 dollars.
- 4 Marriott Boston Quincy, 1000 Marriott Dr, ☏+1 617 472-1000. The Boston Huge Quincy Hotel is tacked up to Boston South Shore for easy access to Boston, Plymouth, and Cape Cod.
Most of the attractions in Boston and Plymouth only take a short train. The Cape Cod and the North Coast also have a good day trip.
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