With more than 92,000 people calling it home, Quincy is the eighth biggest city in Massachusetts. Quincy is where former U.S. presidents John Quincy Adams and John Adams were born, along with John Hancock, which is why it is also called the City of Presidents. So gather your friends on a bus rental in Quincy, MA and explore this historic city!
If you want to tour the City of Presidents with all your friends and still feel like a president or a king, get a 56-passenger bus rental in Quincy, MA and visit:
Quincy has a lot of bars open at the area of Hancock Street, in the city center. Check out the Commonwealth and the Stadium for the best bars in the area.
As far as restaurants go, there are a variety of places that serve just about any type of food you are craving for. Check out:
But you might want to visit the Kam Man Marketplace if you are looking to cook your own food. Lastly, to get quality art, check out Archer West Gallery.
Quincy has some of the best golf courses in the state. Play a game at the:
If you want to see local athletes play, you can go to the Veterans Memorial Stadium, Adams Field or at Bradley Field.
Check out the Adams National Historical Park (Quincy, MA 02169), where you could learn more about the two presidents, Abigail Smith Adams and other members of this prominent family.
You should also check out the United First Parish Church, which was constructed by the Puritans in the 1600s. This is where John Hancock was baptized and the Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams were members of this church. Then there is the Adams Academy, the Adams Building, and the birthplaces of the two President Adams.
Then there is the USS Salem & the U.S. Naval Shipbuilding Museum, where you can see the 716-foot Navy Heavy Cruiser Gunship. The only remaining heavy cruiser gunship in the whole world. The museum also displays thousands of shipbuilding and naval history artifacts.
Stroll around Hancock Cemetery, where you could find the graves of the city's most notable personalities. There is also interesting graveyards to see here.
You could also visit Quincy Historical Society, where you could learn more about the city's history. You could further visit Dorothy Quincy Homestead, the Josiah Quincy House and the Thomas Crane Public Library.
Other places you should visit:
Check out the Boston Harbor Islands State Park, where you could enjoy the guided tours and activities, swim, fish, camp or have a picnic.
Or you could take in the beauty of the Quincy Quarries, which once upon a time provided granite to buildings in and around the state of Massachusetts with their signature blue color. But now these quarries are an ideal place for a quiet walk.
Quincy also has great beaches in:
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