Went thru the Adams house and library. Home to two presidents. Extremely well preserved and lead by excellent Park Rangers. They even have the original proof copy of the Declaration of independence .
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The National Park Service has put together a wonderful and educational tour of the homes of Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams. The park rangers gave very informative tours and offered up a great experience. Well worth the trip and the time.
this is a real gem and the best place we visited in boston. no long lines or clueless tourists. the guides were so well informed and could answer any questions and gave very good, thorough explanations for each house, leader, portrait and room. the group...More
The trolley tour of the three houses where John Adams (and family) lived was really interesting. The NPS staff was very knowledgeable. Do not miss this tour if you are in Boston.
Situated in the City of Presidents on a beautiful multi acre lot ,this property l is a history lesson in itself. In addition to the amazing home and a separate library and museum it is a must for all and in particular children A shuttle...More
The guides were very good and told many stories when asked questions. You actually got to walk into the rooms and you felt you learned good information.
Park rangers and tour guides were very friendly and informative. Ask questions! You get more stories! A must see if in Boston for a few days and you enjoy history.
A beautiful place to visit. Lovely home and surrounding grounds. Be sure to use your National Parks Senior Pass. The guides are very knowledgeable and helpful.