Monetary donations to Adams National Historical Park are a meaningful way to demonstrate your support for the park. Donations assist the park mission to maintain historic structures and cultural resources; and support visitor services, education, and public programs. Donations may be made during your visit to the park at the donation box located at the park visitor center. You may also send a check or money order made out to the National Park Service and send it to the park in care of the park Superintendent.
Did You Know?
In his inaugural address, delivered on May 4, 1797 at Philadelphia's Federal Hall, John Adams included a sentence that was 727 words long!