Every want to see all of what Quincy has to offer, but have no time? Well, this video will help with that.

From the Mighty Mississippi to the John Wood Mansion, and the Villa Kathrine, there are so many wonderful marvels when it comes to what Quincy has to offer. And even if you try, you might never ever be able to enjoy everything, until now. I was searching on YouTube (I'm finding out I'm getting worse than my kids) and found this two-minute video which shows a tour a Quincy. 

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In the video you will see The Bayview Bridge, Clat Adams Park, Blue Devil Stadium and QND High School, and everything in between. I don't know about you, but you might feel like you’re flying a bit (it's a drone point-of-view). 

I felt pretty lucky to live in a town that is so beautiful and full of history, historical homes, and fantastic businesses and community members. So, you can now say that you have seen (most) of Quincy. But the best way to enjoy the town is to just get out and drive around, explore the parks, and check out all the events that are coming up. We are all lucky to live in a town like Quincy.

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