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The Quincy Museum is a local history museum that displays prehistoric relics in a restored Richardsonian Romanesque mansion that is a museum in itself. Located at 1601 Maine Street, the Quincy Museum is part of the historic Newcomb-Stillwell Mansion, a Greek Revival house that was...More
This Museum is absolutely beautiful. You can tell theh tske great pride in the building and take good care of it. I have also visited it during the Christmas season and that is a MUST..it is gorgeously decorated with many trees! ♡
PROS: plenty of parking; nestled amidst other smaller but still interesting mansions ; nice docent; the first floor is about the mansion, the 2nd and 3rd floor are natural history exhibits.
CONS : none. 45 min stop, worth it to see the other neighborhood houses.
Put this on the agenda to tour because my wife loves the old architecture homes and Mansions. We had come here the day before to take pictures of the grounds and structure. Seeing it's massive size, I thought it would take hours to tour it's...More
My husband and I came here twice - Thursday, June 21, as part of a historical driving photo opp tour, and then again on Friday, June 22, to tour the inside. The mansion, as an exterior architectural wonder is beautiful. Upon entering the first floor,...More
Saturday afternoon and my wife and granddaughter were going shopping not the guy thing so I decided to take him to the museum. It's on 16th Maine street easy to find if your from out of town. Naturally he loved the dinosaur exhibits. He took...More
This is the Quincy version of the Biltmore House. Lot of interesting things to learn about the house and the people that were some of the first big business men of Quincy. also has a great room for kids with dinosaurs. The Gift shop also...More
I attended a string quartet concert during an Arts Festival within the last year. I had not been here for a couple years, and was PLEASANTLY surprised at the exhibits, atmosphere, and the ambiance. So perfect for a small wedding (if that's your thing!)
Response from Derrick A | Reviewed this property |
Hello, and thank you for asking. Unfortunately, I do not work at the museum so I can not answer your questions. Best that I can do for now anyway is to suggest that you Google them. I'm sure that their hours are online... More
Hello, and thank you for asking. Unfortunately, I do not work at the museum so I can not answer your questions. Best that I can do for now anyway is to suggest that you Google them. I'm sure that their hours are online. Their phone number is probably on their as well.
I go to work to Quincy about everyday. On my next trip there, I could walk up there for you and try and find out, since they are located a couple of blocks from the hotel. I could then drop you a note.
On my visit, they were closing when I had arrived, so i wasn't able to spend much time there. I do not recall seeing the door in question, but that doesn't mean that it isn't either.
I'm sorry that I'm not much help.