Adams National Historical Park, Quincy
Categories: National Parks, Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Home to the birthplaces and residences of John Adams and John Quincy Adams, the second and sixth presidents of the United States, Adams National Historical Park provides insight into the lives and times of these men and their families. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the area was hotbed of thought and planning during the turbulent years of the American Revolution. Join a guided tour for access to the houses and library; you'll also learn more about what you see in each room and the daily lives of the Adams family, whose descendants lived here until 1927. Get here early if you want to go on a guided tour; tour space is limited and they are very popular. Make Adams National Historical Park part of your personalized Quincy itinerary using our Quincy holiday planner.
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This tour is fantastic! The guides are very knowledgeable. The library was impressive. Must see if you are in Quincy Massachusetts!
I had read the reviews that this tour is fast paced and indeed it was. I thoroughly enjoy the visit and it was amazing to be standing in the 17th century homes that would eventually be occupied by two... read more »
We found this by accident and were not disappointed. They are only open certain months during the year with, according to one of the rangers, July and early October being their busiest times. The vide... read more »
The tour provides such a great story of relatively humble beginning to such prominence. Stone library is amazing, but the home housed generations of Adams. The place has this great history, but an almost lived in sense as well. Been to many historical sites. This is one of the best so far.
Parking at the President's galleria is free of visiting the Adams visitors center. Trolley will take you to the different sites for $10. This is also the only way to tour the inside of the houses.
the tour was very good. one of the best historical tours I've done. the stone library was the coolest part, unfortunately you spend the least amount of time there.
Limited but informative. Graciously hosted by docents who enjoy showing guests the property.
Great houses, all original to the Adams. Love the Library stone building.
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