Upcoming Events at The Quincy Museum

Throughout the year, The Quincy Museum offers a variety of special events and educational classes. 

Open for Tours

1:00 to 5:00 PM

Open Tuesday through Sunday
 1:00 - 5:00 pm

Closed Good Friday and Easter Sunday

Closed Monday, May 30 for Memorial Day Holiday

Closed Monday, July 4 for Independence Day Holiday

Closed Monday, September 5 for Labor Day Holiday

Closed Monday, October 31 through Friday, November 25 for Christmas Decorating

Museum Reopens on Saturday, November 26 with Christmas Decorations throughout the Museum. 

Museum Office Closed for Labor Day Holiday

Quincy Museum Folk Life Festival

The Quincy Museum Folk Life Festival is a great way to spend an early fall afternoon! Wander our grounds and experience a wide variety of crafts and entertainments throughout the afternoon! On hand will be a variety of crafters and vendors with something for everyone! There will be a bounce house for the kids and lots of different activities to keep them busy! Bring your appetite, because the Museum will be serving up their famous Buffalo Barbeque sandwiches during the afternoon! Old fashioned bottled soda, penny candy, kettle corn and other treats will be available to tickle your tummy! Pick up that perfect pumpkin at our Country Market booth and check out our Old-Fashioned wooden toys!

Admission is free and includes admission to the Quincy Museum!

Come check it out!

Quincy Museum Closed for Christmas Decorating

The museum will still be open for educational tours and the museum office is open Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

Museum Office Closed for Thanksgiving Holiday

Museum Reopens with Holiday Decor

Quincy Museum Members Christmas Party

St Nicholas Eve Party for Children

Come and sit by the fireplace and listen to tales of St Nicholas. Help celebrate St Nicholas day with stories, music and a special visit by the Jolly Old Elf.

Admission is $1 per child, Adults and members of the Quincy Museum free.

For more information, Contact the museum at 217-224-7669 or at quinmu1@adams.net.

Quincy Museum Closed for Christmas