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As First Lady to the 2nd President of the United States and mother of the 6th President, Abigail is one of the most respected and influential women of the early revolutionary period of American his
Open second Sunday of the month from June - November. Private tours available by appointment.
Known as the “Church of the Presidents,” this historic church was built from Quincy granite in 1828 with funds provided by John Adams.
Open April 19 - November 11, Monday - Friday 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm. Group tours are available upon request.
Begin your Adams experience at the park Visitor Center and view the new park movie, Enduring Legacy: Four Generations of the Adams Family.
Historic Houses and Visitor Center open April 19- Nov. 10, 9am-5pm daily. Visitor Center stays open Nov. 11
Built in 1731, the Old House at Peace field became the residence of the Adams family for four generations from 1788 to 1927.
Open April 19 - November 10, 9am - 5pm daily
The John Adams and John Quincy Adams Birthplaces are the oldest presidential birthplaces in the United States.
A collaborative of nineteen historic sites in eight towns along the South Shore offering historic, hidden treasures in a relaxed, scenic atmosphere.
Celebrate Boston’s rich history onboard the Beantown Trolley, a red San Francisco style trolley car.
Blue Hill Adventure & Quarry Museum conducts guided tours of the Blue Hills and Quincy Quarry Reservations and Native American sites.
Stretching over 7,000 acres from Quincy to Dedham, Milton to Randolph, the Blue Hills Reservation provides a green oasis in an urban environment.
Located only minutes from the bustle of downtown Boston, the Blue Hills Reservation managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation stretches over 7,000 acres from Quincy to