We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.

  • Sort by:
  • Traveler Ranked
  • Book Online
We found great results, but some are outside Quincy. Showing results in neighboring cities.
Limit search to Quincy.
John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library Boston 4.7 mi away
#2 of 67 Museums in Boston
I'm making it a bucket list to visit all of the presidential museums before my number is up, because if this is any indication, they are informative and fun! Keep an eye out for special exhibits too.
Getting there is very easy and inexpensive, take a T red line train from downtown Boston and continue via the numerous free shuttle buses that serve the U Mass & nearby museums in this area.
2 Ways to experience it
Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate Boston 4.7 mi away
#6 of 67 Museums in Boston
If the Kennedy spirit is to live.. Good folks must visit both Museums.
It is one of the most interactive museums I have toured.
2 Ways to experience it
Quincy Historical Society
#1 of 4 Museums in Quincy
The Quincy Historical Museum is located in the Adams Academy building, built in the 19th century and originally a boy’s school.
Uss Salem
#2 of 4 Museums in Quincy
My husband (Vietnam Vet) and my husband (forrmer Air Force) really enjoyed looking at this ship and the museum located below.
A floating museum now but kept very well despite it's years.
United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum
#3 of 4 Museums in Quincy
True the old girl has seen better days, but she's still teaching as an above water and below decks museum.
a very interesting real life museum ship
Quincy Homestead
#4 of 4 Museums in Quincy
Museum of Fine Arts Boston 7.6 mi away
#1 of 67 Museums in Boston
Included in the museums collection were artists such as Van Gogh, Manet, Monet, Pissarro, Picasso, Reubens, Gauguin, El Greco as well as a large volume of Egyptian stelae and sarcophagi and early Central and South...
The Boston Museum of Fine Arts is one of the finest art museums in the US, ranking up there with the National Gallery in Washington, the Met in New York and the unsung Cleveland Msueum of Art.
5 Ways to experience it
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum Boston 7.3 mi away
#4 of 67 Museums in Boston
We went to the boston tea party ship and museum expecting to do a lot of walking around and reading as most museums are, but we were pleasantly surprised when we realized it was interactive and a very entertaining...
I very much enjoy museums/visitor attractions that immerse you in the period and helps you understand what was going on at the time.
14 Ways to experience it
Forbes House Museum Milton 3.2 mi away
#2 of 2 Museums in Milton
The house itself is nicely maintained and museum offers many programs for the public.
New England Holocaust Memorial Boston 7.8 mi away
#3 of 67 Museums in Boston
As a German person I try to honor the victims of my ancestors by visiting these memorials and museums.
I have been to the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles and I would say this memorial (about 100 yards in length) is as touching as that whole museum.
5 Ways to experience it
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Boston 7.7 mi away
#5 of 67 Museums in Boston
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, the vision of an extraordinary enthusiast of art and music and literature, numbers among the most remarkable small museums in the country.
... even now, thanks to curatorial wisdom) and the Frick, this museum is intensely personal and, as a result, in some ways more interesting than the "big box" art museums that can be overwhelming with size and scope.
4 Ways to experience it
Boston Children's Museum Boston 7.3 mi away
#11 of 67 Museums in Boston
Having been to a number of children's museums around the country, this one is one of the very best with so much to explore, learn, and experience first-hand.
We try and visit Childrens Museums around the country when we travel, and according to my boys, this is the best one yet.
5 Ways to experience it
Commonwealth Museum Boston 4.6 mi away
#27 of 67 Museums in Boston
This was the perfect historical museum to visit.
It was big enough as my kids don't spend more than 90 minutes museums typically.
The Mapparium Boston 7.7 mi away
#8 of 67 Museums in Boston
Great but brief rainy day activity or on the way to Fenway Park, the Isabella Stewart Gardiner Museum or the MFA
We watched the Mary Eddy video but that was about all we did in the regular part of the museum.
2 Ways to experience it
Old State House Boston 7.9 mi away
#10 of 67 Museums in Boston
There are so many museums on the Freedom Trail, and most of our group considered this to be the favorite.
A good place to hop off the trolley tour and learn more about the city's history from a good collection of museum displays and documents, including the history of the Boston Massacre
27 Ways to experience it
Old South Meeting House Boston 7.8 mi away
#13 of 67 Museums in Boston
We toured the Tea Party ship and museum after this stop and it was a perfect progression.
If you are a Boston Native or a guest from out of town, there's a lot to learn at this small museum.
18 Ways to experience it
Museum of Science Boston 8.7 mi away
#9 of 67 Museums in Boston
... in the past, including the California Academy of Science, the Ontario Science Center, the American Museum of Natural History, the Royal Ontario Museum and the various Smithsonian museums in Washington, DC.
There are a great many museums in Boston, but I would say that for a tourist to our town this is one of the best ones to visit, particularly if you have kids (it is still plenty interesting for adults.)
11 Ways to experience it
USS Constitution Museum Boston 8.8 mi away
#7 of 67 Museums in Boston
Everything is very child-friendly and this was honestly one of the best historic museums for children I've ever been to - interactive, engaging and informative.
Depending on how much you enjoy museums you could spend any where from half an hour to several hours here.
14 Ways to experience it