Josiah Quincy House

20 Muirhead Street
Quincy
MA 02169

Josiah Quincy House

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Built in 1770 as a country estate by revolutionary patriot Colonel Josiah Quincy, this colonial home is believed to have served as a lookout point from which patriots could observe British ships traveling in and out of Boston harbor. Colonel Quincy was the first in a long line of Josiah Quincys — a line that would produce three mayors of Boston and a president of Harvard University.

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Tours available June 1 - October 15 by appointment

Call 617-227-3956 for reservation/admission information.

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