Reviews of John Adams Birthplace - Adams National Historical Park (Park)

141 Franklin St, Quincy, MA 02169, United States

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REVIEWS OF John Adams Birthplace - Adams National Historical Park IN Massachusetts

Mark Lundquist

Good history, but an uneventful place to visit. It's two houses on a busy corner without personnel

Cathi La Sota

First stop on the tour that departs Adams National Historic Park. Quick tour of both houses (where John and John Quincy were born). Houses aren't very big, and intentionally sparse, so don't expect too much.

Karin Nordlander

Interesting place.

Jason Barney

Fantastic! One of the highlights of my Boston visit and should not be overlooked, especially if you're into American history. You must take the tour if you want to see the inside of the houses. I read John Adams by David McCullough years ago, and this was almost like a pilgrimage for me. So much history here, and so many generations of the Adams family and two U.S. presidents lived in these homes. The stone library is simply a marvel. After the tour, head across the street to the United First Parrish Church and ask the guide to take you down below into the catacombs where John and Abigail Adams are entombed.

paul lazenby

Small humble house where our our 2nd president was born. There is a great tour offered by the NPS that takes you to several historic places worth seeing.

Paul Moffett

Really interesting time capsule of the early life of John Adams, and the tour guide was knowledgeable and engaging.

David Gilbert

Very interesting and our park ranger gave a wonderful tour

Nicholas Culler

Can only imagine the history of this block this area and can only imagine this is what a rich person's house look like way back then

Nancy HomerWare

Joan Tracey

Dylan Anema

jason klemp

Should be more accessible

Wyatt Callander

Great tour

Jan Fite

Be sure to go to Visitor's Center first. Google is confusingly when you Google John Adam's birthplace.

Cristy Shields

A must see!

Neal Pearson

Very cool to be in the house where John Adams practice law.

Darlene Dupras

National parks guide very informative.

Jeanmarie Boyd

Wow, amazing family.

Stephen Ager

Nambians

Scott Taylor

Matt Kakas

Kathleen Domenicucci

If you enjoy American History you need to visit this place

Kara Eccleston

This place is old as hell!

Connie Kelsey

Wonderful and informative

Maggi Hall

Should stay open year round. Adams would be very disappointed. We were. NO EXCUSE

Christopher C. Cullen

History

Laurence Rebello

All Three Houses are gorgeously interesting to see!

Jeffrey Eaton

But I am a real history geek.....

Jadon Koper

I eat paint

Nick Mainz

Bonnie Billings

Suzanne Routhier

Great place to visit for any history buff.

Andrea Lloyd

Definitely a must see when visiting.

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A wonderful part of our history! Expertly shown by National Park Ranger.

Maria Medina

Gretch K

We love visiting us president homes. This is a two for one with both John Adams and John quincy Adams were born here. Very interesting tour guide.

Jair Rodrigues

Beautiful place!

Mr. Savana

Margaret Thompson

Great tour by the park service.

G Aquino

There are actually two homes here, the birthplaces of Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams. Visits are by guided tour only and start at the Visitors Center in downtown Quincy. There, you can buy tickets and wait for the trolley that takes you to this site and one other related site called Peacefield, which several generations of Adamses lived in. The guided tours are offered only between summer and early fall. If you like history, the tours are well worth the time and admission fees. Note that the houses are old but well preserved, though not air-conditioned so it can be toasty in there in the summer.

Sherri Dalton

One of the best historical tours I've taken. All of the tour guides are very knowledgeable about the Adams family as well as the homes. The little historical tidbits were fascinating.

Chris Hart

It's very confusing about how to access this. Don't come directly here, the tour starts somewhere else and you have to be in a group. It does look fantastic.

Drew Eddins

Elizabeth Brown

Julie Murphy

Very interesting & educational

Christine Hammersley

Good 2hr tour. Remember to get your tickets at the visitor center to board the trolley as there is no entry at the site without previously purchased tickets.

Steven Smith

Tourguide was interesting and knowledgeable. We enjoyed the tour :-)

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Jason Courtemanche

Fantastically preserved house, definitely worth seeing

Steve B

Blake Beers

Not to be missed. For Americanhistory fans and those interested in historic preservation. Knowledgeable tour guides on a fun trolley.

Kenneth Lutz

We had a great guide and the tour was a wonderful way to think about the lives of our founding fathers.

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Mark Tierney

A great tour for someone who wants to know more about the other members of the family. Also great tidbits about colonial life and day to day life of the members of the Adams family. National Parks Service rangers were top notch and very knowledgable.

Cecelia CHANDLER

Elizabeth Kringer

Andrew Bargen

Showed up early in the morning, so it wasn't open yet. Fairly simple, straightforward spot. It was fine.

James McRae

vonna posey

If you enjoy all things historic, this is a must stop. Get the HO series of John Adams life and watch it first.

Teri Howard

Very educational

Joseph Morin

charles kreysa

Lots of history.

Muriel Rand

Excellent tour. Get there early!

Kate Hughes

Wonderful history of our nation.

dave boyle

Very good tour guides, great information and a lot of fun

Christopher Blood

Only presidential home of 2 US Presidents...beautiful grounds too

Jeff Wikstrom

John and John Quincy Adams house right next to each other, a must see in Quincy, MA

Ken Knight Jr.

Marian Stier

Part of the tour, definatly worth the time (2 hours for the whole thing) and the money ($15). The tour guides were extremely knowledgeable.

kelly harris

A must see If you love history.

Sonja Robinson

Amazing! So much history in Ma!

Suzanne Long

Tour was great and this was really interesting.

Tracy S

Cayla Slater

Good experience. Not ideal for small children.

Andrea Ohair

Great Tour! Worth the money! Our guide was very knowledgeable.

Chris Johnson

So much history and humanity in these grand but easily missed buildings. Definitely worth locals and tourists alike not missing the opportunity to learn about the Adam's great life works.

michael shepard

The trolley is too loud and smells...thats not even there birth place

Skip Watkins

Truly a tribute to a great American who served his country at great personal cost. His wife Abigail stands as an equal to her husband, also. The National parks service people were very knowledgeable and quick to help. I would recommend this to anyone.

jennifer stein

City of presidents!

Tony C

Great historical place... Kids loved it...

Rosa Maria

CHRISTINE DANGELO

Great guided tour, very informative. Wonderful antiques.

patrick cusick

Great information and lots of cool history...and FREE...!

Robert Funke

Beautiful final home. John's birth home and residence for Abigail was quite small and quaint. She had to be a very strong woman. The1870 Library is to die for! I could spend the rest of my life in there. Enjoy the history

Chris Eshleman

Kathleen Finnerty

It's a historic house

Dave Gibson

My favorite place to visit in the Boston area

joseph pacchioni

Interesting family.

Christopher Taylor

A must for anyone interested in the history of the American Republic

J J

So so...no furnature inside

John Wallace

Interesting and unique, as with other National Parks. This one requires a trolly ride and doesn't have restrooms on the route.

RITESH KUMAR JAISWAL

Jeff Bravo

Outstanding historical tour. Recommended to any & all U.S. history buffs, as well as to anyone who desires more background on our Founding Fathers (and their noteworthy wives!). At least one of our guides—a uniformed U.S. National Parks Ranger—held a PhD in history, specifically on John Adams, so he was extremely knowledgeable. Every last ranger we interacted with was the consummate professional. What a thrill (and privilege) it was to walk thru the four buildings on the tour—three Adams family homes plus their freestanding family library—in the footsteps and most intimate spaces of two of our earliest presidents and their families. Educational too: inspired me to start watching the HBO miniseries “John Adams” for even more learning.

Jennifer Hart

No information at this site you have to do the whole tour and we were to late for that

Nikhil Bhatt

Jennifer Biggs

thomas porga

Chester Roth

Inspiring to inhabit the same space that one of our founding fathers grew up in

Keith Chan

Need to know your country's history kids.

Joy Amor Fati

Christine Anderson

Gotta love walking through history. The guides and volunteers are fantastic. I highly recommend this to people who are history buffs!

Backpackerwdogs 1

Great Historicalplace to visit.

Todd Ray

Great American historical site.

Jacob Maples

John Adam's was here

Evan Magnusson

William Richardson

Kay Plucker

Great docents

Robert Orsini

Good tour overall

Derek Dambrosio

You need to go a mile away to 1250 Hancock Street Quincy to purchase your ticket before you go to the house

Ryan Spires

Diana Bailey-Kent

After reading David McCullough's book on John Adams I developed a burning desire to see his home(s). I was already predisposed to admire him after watching the movie based on the musical 1776 that showcases John Adams' tenacity in promoting independence. HBO's miniseries John Adams was fascinating. The world would be a better place if people were more civic-minded and less self-centered and needy. How fortunate his homes were not razed ... like John Hancock's.

Caitlin Fruzzetti

Amazing place they do great tours! There is a trolley from Adams National Historical Park that will take you there from Quincy Center for tours. Pretty cool place. I would recommend stopping by if not from the area.

K.M. Z

I took my kids there over the summer and I took my kids there a few months back to go check it out my youngest daughter wanted to learn a little bit more about history and some of the towns around where we live as she enjoyed it my oldest daughter wants to become an architect and she enjoy the design of the building even though it has been semi upgraded interior. It inspired me to go visit other places throughout Massachusetts for some of their school projects. You can say it's history coming to life.Thanks for reading

Madeline Tarte

It was very interesting and very hot

Cindi Moss

Rangers did a wonderful job with the tour. Wonderful trip. Cant wait to go back!

Dave Robison

Built in 1680, John Quincy Adams was born here.

George Rohlfing

Not enough time to really take in all the history.

Rita Young

Friendly, helpful rangers and tons of history. Do not miss it.

Craig Bellavance

John Adams and John Quincy Adams practically unknown presidents. Go here and learn about these extraordinary men.

Sandra McGunigle

Don't miss this great educational stop@

Zhijing Zhang

Victoria Ostry

It's like stepping back into history! Beautiful. NPS guides do a terrific job as docents and answer lots of questions.

Davis Lynn

Colette Manomba

(Translated by Google) Beautiful this historic place USA (Original) Magnifique ce lieu historique USA

David MacIndoe

Neat building if you see it from the inside. It isn't much from the outside, so I recommend taking the Adams tour (bus comes out of Quincy Center)

Vic Laskorski

Fantastic group of three historic houses, a library and visitor center. Entertaining and educational!

Sherry Ritchie

Beautiful historic buildings. Interesting to learn more about out 2nd and 6th Presidents

Lucie Runia

Cant wait to go back!!!

Kris Shunkwiler

Bob Mashia

Excellent tours for our entire group of 45 seniors. Compliments to all of our guides. Robert Mashia, tour leader, Chicopee Senior Travel Club.

Lynne Redmond

Great tour of the three houses connected with the Adams family. Park rangers were wonderful houses as well as engrossing story tellers.

stephen lee

daniel crawford

Awesome place. This is a guided tour and you need to meet downtown at the gift shop. The tour picks you up on trolly style bus and you spend 2 hours at several different buildings. No facilities after tour starts. Bring water, sunscreen and enjoy the experience as the knowledgeable staff talk about the house, family and politics of the Adams Family houses.

Robert Blohm

Erica Vanlandingham

Very informative

Rich Moser

Skylar Boliard

i have not went gg

Nikki Notyou

Matey Checko

The location is Historical but the house is not.

Daniel Scanlan

Flora Han

Sivan r

It was an impromptu decision but going on this tour was a great choice. It was very interesting. All the guides were very knowledgeable about the Adams family, estate, and history making it a very fun and interesting two hours!

Franklin H Foust IV

Charlize Kriese

Awesome!!!You should see the library

Gregg Jarvis

Unadulterated piece of American History. Quincy MA. 2nd President of the United States of America.

Dolores Yoder

Great historical tour. Tour guides knew their history. Will go again and recommend others to go visit.

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M R

Seeing the two homes in their original setting and the historical details presented by the national park service ranger made the place alive.

Sean Fitzpatrick

Excellent presentations by each of the rangers at the various houses you will visit on the trolley tours. You start at the oldest home and travel to the next home and finish at the amazing library.

Jim Fraze

With a tour, a very cool experience.

Sai Rahul

Stuart Quan

Lots history

Mitchell Tyson

Very engaging and interesting tour

Nathan Rose

Love history and love the Quincy area! Tour was amazing, National Park Rangers were knowledgeable and fun.

Molly Rowan

Thomas Wiczek

Great. Would come back.

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