- TripBuzz found 571 things to do with kids in or near Quincy, Massachusetts, including 557 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Boston, Salem, Cambridge and Brookline.
- From Freedom Boat Club to Wollaston Beach, the Quincy area offers 119 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Bowling, Playgrounds and History Museums.
- A suburb of Boston, Quincy is home to the Eastern Nazarene College. Important to American history, two former presidents and a signer of the Declaration of Independence have all lived in this historic community. Other attractions in this city include the childhood home of John Adams, the Adams family crypt and the United States Navy Shipbuilding Museum.
Swimming, jogging, and flying kites are just a few of the activities that bring individuals to the public Wollaston Beach. During their visit, guests commonly enjoy eating clams at the nearby restaurants or shopping at the local stores.
An ice skating facility named for former mayor William Shea, Shea Memorial Skating Rink offers open skating sessions along with ice rental and hockey games. The facility also provides skate sharpening, skate rental and a snack bar.
The Wollaston Beach Playground has a beach-side view of the Quincy Shore and features a covered seating area, picnic tables, a toddler playground area with slides and rubber floor, an older play area with slides rubber floor and swings.
Adams National Historical Park, in addition to the nearby estate called Peacefield, is the historic home of four generations of the Adams family which included U.S. Presidents, ambassadors, historians and more. The structures and their periods furnishings are preserved and available for viewing.
The Quincy Historical Society operates the Quincy History Museum, among other historic attractions. The museum features exhibits spanning over 400 years of history, with particular emphasis on local native John Adams.
Spanning 4.5-acres of land, Cavanagh Stadium is a recreational stadium that supports activities including football, basketball, and running. The stadium was created to commemorate that life of Staff Sargeant Charles Cavanagh.
Faxon Park is a 7.5 acre park featuring various athletic facilities. Visitors will find two softball fields, an open field, a basketball court, five lighted tennis courts, and a regulation size running track. The park also maintains a children's playground.