Experience 6 historic sites for one $10 admission, only $5 for children under 16. Valid throughout the 2015 season.
Historic attractions in "The City of Presidents" include the birthplaces, summer White House, and final resting place of United States Presidents John and John Quincy Adams, the Quincy History Museum and colonial homes of Dorothy Quincy Hancock and Josiah Quincy. Each attraction is independently operated. The National Parks Service provides trolley transportation from the Visitor's Center to the birthplaces and summer White House. The Church of Presidents, Quincy History Museum and Dorothy Quincy Homestead are within walking distance from the National Parks Visitor Center and Quincy Center MBTA station. Visitor must show receipt for admission to each attraction. Please note that the Dorothy Quincy Homestead and Josiah Quincy House are only open limited days. Ticket is valid through November 10, 2015 and allows for admission once to each attraction. Purchase tickets online or from the Discover Quincy Office, 180 Old Colony Ave, 2nd Floor. For more information, email or call 617-471-1700 x207.