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Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum established in 2002 was  located  at Presidents Place in historic Quincy Center , Quincy  -MA  world  capital of  Granite  in  early 1800's  and home of the 1st Chartered Commercial Railway Car and oldest Iron Furnace  in America. At present  the Museum is looking for a new location. Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum conducts Guided Tours of  Quarry's and Native American sites and  offers year round  activities of  Hiking, Canoeing (Neponset River Clean Up Project)  & Roller Skiing, Nordic Skiing, Snow Shoe program in the Blue Hills area in Quincy,  Milton, Canton and Randolph in partnership with Trustees of Reservation.

Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum's founder David Hodgdon took part in Winter Olympics 1980 (Lake Placid) - 2010 (Vancouver)
as part of the Nordic Ski Patrol. In the winter, all of David's Olympics memorobilia was displayed at President's Place, followed by Native American and other Granite Quarry artifacts displayed during summer.​
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​                                                        Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum has been recipient of Mass Cultural Council grants.






              Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum's  Canoe                 Program is featured in an article in  AAA's North               East Magazine  on ​​Summer Getaway Activities.
Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum
Board of Directors
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David P. Hodgdon - Founder & President
​Kumu Gupta - Director Marketing & Special Events
Anne Ladd - Calendar​
Judy Clapp - Treasurer
* Linda Monti - Hon. Life Time Member & former Board Member
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​​​​Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum is listed on Massachussetts Travel & Tourism website ​www.massvaction.com
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    President Gerald Ford         signed National Ski         Patrol Charter 1975
Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum's Canoe Program receives praise from CNN Hero Chad Pregracke:

​​“What you guys are doing is great. If there were more people doing what the Neponset River Cleanup is doing, the world would be a better place. Cleaning our rivers is very important, people need clean water. ​I hope more people will follow in the example you lead. Keep up the great work!” ........

​​Chad Pregracke - 2013 CNN Hero of the Year Award, Living Lands and Waters.