Extended Park Guided Tour

Adams National Historical Park Tours

You must have a daily park entrance pass, an annual park entrance pass, or a valid Interagency pass or to enter the park’s historic buildings in addition to any tour reservations you make. You can purchase entrance passes online at recreation.gov or in-person at the Visitor Center. 

Guided tour of the Adams Farm at Penn’s Hill (the John Adams and John Quincy Adams Birthplaces), followed by a guided tour of the Old House at Peace field and the Stone Library. This tour is 2 hours total in length, including 15 minutes for travel between the two sites. The park provides a free trolley to transport visitors on a loop between the Visitor Center, the Adams Farm at Penn’s Hill, and the Old House at Peace field. Street parking is available at the Adams Farm at Penn's Hill and the Old House at Peace field. Validated garage parking and street parking is available for the Visitor Center. Whether you use the trolley or arrange your own transportation, you are responsible for leaving ample time to travel between park sites.  

The Extended Park Tour includes an extended experience in the historic structures and content covered in the Old House at Peace field Tour. Visitors may not want to book both tours as the content overlaps. Self-guided tours of the Adams Farm at Penn's Hill are also available and do not require reservations.  

Select a date to see a list of times

Need to Know

Photo Gallery