I've lived in Quincy for years, and haven't even touched the surface of the history here until now. It's amazing that these historic buildings are just scattered around the city. The tour was very informative, and getting to see the homes was neat. Peace field...更多
Go early in the day as a lot of people visit and the only way to see is by a "first come, first served" ranger tour with transportation by national park trolly. There are a limited number of participants on each hourly departure. Cost is...更多
Very well run and organized. The park rangers were very knowledgeable.
The library is the most impressive part from my stand point. Also the portraits in the later home are all original and amazing.
I learned a lot and it was well worth the time....更多
It was an interesting location, not bad, just different than most. Right downtown in the bottom of the business building. Employees didn't seem too jazzed about helping on a couple of questions. Best part was the walk to the church a block away where John...更多
I understand why they do guided tours and the trolley, but we had to wait quite a while for our trolley in the heat and really the birthplace houses only needed about 5 minutes each. The final stop with the grounds and library were worth...更多
Visited this historic site to learn more about the Adams family, which I did. The tour is limited to a very small number each hour so I recommend being there right when they open at 9 to get a ticket. We were there at 9:05...更多