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Local Attractions

Stay Close to the Top Things to Do in Quincy

Nicknamed the “City of Presidents”, Quincy is a historic town with a multitude of attractions to suit every interest. Holiday Inn Express Boston - Quincy is just a few minutes away from Marina Bay, Wollaston Beach, Adams National Historic Park and the U.S.S. Salem – as well as Quincy Historical Society. Of course, our hotel is also close to Boston – one of the country’s oldest and most captivating cities, with a wealth of interesting things to do, see and experience. Hop on the T, board the ferry or drive into town and visit iconic landmarks including Faneuil Hall, Fenway Park and the New England Aquarium. 

Need additional suggestions on things to do in Quincy? Ask a member of our hotel staff and we’ll be happy to help. 

Adams Field

Visit the first amateur baseball field in New England, just a short distance from our hotel. 
 

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Adams National Historical Park

Set on 13 acres, the Adams National Historic Park includes the birthplaces of two presidents, as well as the "summer White House," Stone Library and the Adams Carriage House.
 

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Blue Hills Reservation

This 6,000-acre state park is so named for the bluish color of its mountains. It's a year-round destination, with activities including hiking, biking, skiing and swimming.
 

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Veterans Memorial Stadium

This multipurpose outdoor stadium is home to the NASL's Boston Cannons.
 

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Boston Duck Tours

Explore Boston by “DUCK" - an amphibious landing vehicle that can travel both on land and in the water. Enjoy a guided tour as you ride.
 

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Encore Casino

Try your luck at this luxury casino, located not far from the hotel in Everett.
 

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Faneuil Hall

The famous shopping center features many stores and restaurants within three historic market buildings and the promenade.
 

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Freedom Trail

Winding its way through the city's downtown district, this 2.5-mile trail passes by some of Boston's (and the country's) most legendary landmarks.
 

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JFK Library

This I. M. Pei-designed library and museum houses documents and artifacts from the presidential administration of Boston-area native John F. Kennedy.
 

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USS Salem

Take a tour of this historic cruiser, which was completed for the United States Navy shortly after World War II. 
 

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Wollaston Beach

This public beach located along Quincy Shore Drive, just a few moments from our hotel. It's a wonderful place to spend a summer day.
 

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Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

With over 500,000 square feet of exhibition space, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center is one of New England's largest exhibition complexes. 
 

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