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Quincy History Ride

June 11, 2022 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

Quincy’s public historian, Bob Damon, will join us for a bike ride to some of the city’s more iconic spaces and share his knowledge of our heritage sites.  Originally home of the Massachusett people, later the birthplace of two US presidents, home to some inspiring women, and the site of the first railroad in North America — Quincy has a lot of history to offer. After the ride you are welcome to relax with us on Wollaston Beach.

Historic Quincy Route Map and Sites

Step-by-step route approximately 8 miles

*Church of the Presidents/Old City Hall
Hancock Street (right)
School Street (left)
Franklin St
* Birthplaces
Presidents Ave (right)
Federal Ave (left)
Water Street
Copeland Street (Right)
Cross Street (left)
Crescent Street
*Iron Furnace
Bates Ave (left)
O’Connell Ave (left)
Mullin Ave
Granite Rail Court
*Granite Rail Inclined Plane
Granite Rail Court
Mullin Ave
O’Connell Ave (right)
Bates Ave
Crescent St (left)
Hall Place (right)
Quarry Street (left)
Furnace Brook Parkway (right)
Adams Street
Adams Street (left)
Alleyne St (Left)
Hancock Street (right)
Butler Road
*Quincy House
Butler Road (left)
Merrymount Road (right)
Samoset Ave (left)
*Maypole Park
Waban (right)
Maypole road (right)
FB Parkway (left)
to the path on Quincy Shore Drive
*Caddy Park
Path to
Fenno Street (right)
Princess Eve Drive (right)
Rice Road (left)
Chick Street
*Wollaston Beach Restaurants

Quincycles rides are open to members and non-members. Bicycling involves certain inherent risks.  Your participation in a Quincycles ride constitutes your agreement to this Acknowledgement, Waiver and Release. Please review our Ride Guidelines before the ride and check our Facebook page for weather related updates


June 11, 2022
9:00 am - 11:00 am
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Hancock Adams Common
1305 Hancock Street
Quincy, MA 02169 United States
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