Enjoy the full Adams experience by touring the Birthplaces of Presidents John and John Quincy Adams, Old House at Peace field, and the Stone Library. At this time there is no park trolley operational due to an inability to hire a contractor to maintain the trolley and drivers to drive them. Ticket holders must make their own way around to the sites by their own vehicle. Be mindful that Quincy is a major urban area on the doorstep of Boston and that traffic is considerable and there is street parking only at the home sites. There is validated parking at the Visitor Center Presidents Place parking garage located at 44 Saville Ave in Quincy Mass. Conducting a tour via foot or Public Transit is extremely difficult and not optimal.
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Park Rangers will meet you at each historic home for the tour. Full park tours will start at the Presidential Birthplaces located at 141 Franklin St., Quincy, MA. With Recreation.gov confirmation email in hand visitors can proceed directly to the home sites for their tour times. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of your tour if possible. No restroom facilities are available at the Birthplace Homes.
No backpacks, luggage, large bags, or strollers are allowed on the guided tour. There are no locker facilities in the Visitor Center. The historic homes are not temperature controlled, so expect hot and humid conditions over the summer. There is no smoking or vaping on park property. Food and drinks are not allowed in the historic homes.
Tours may be modified for visitor safety and adverse weather conditions.
There are no functioning restrooms in the historic homes. Public restrooms are only available at the Park Visitor Center located at 1250 Hancock st. in Quincy Center. The 30 minute video, restrooms and park store are available at the Visitor Center located at 1250 Hancock st. in Quincy Center. Garage parking is located at 44 Saville Ave. Quincy, MA in the President's Place parking garage. There is no park trolley operational at this time.