The historic homes are open for tours from Wednesday to Sunday. The grounds are open daily from dawn to dusk.
For detailed information relating to the historical cultural landscape, please download the official National Park Service App. It is free and provides detailed information relative to Adams National Historical Park and the National Parks, referencing their individual websites.
“Church of the Presidents”
From May to October, you can tour the United First Parish Church, 1306 Hancock St. across the street from the Visitor Center. Tours include the history and architecture of the building and the Adams Family crypt; the final resting place of Presidents John Adams and John Quincy Adams, and First Ladies Abigail and Louisa Catherine Adams. Tours of the church and crypt are available from 11am – 4pm Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays and from 12pm – 4pm on Sundays until November 14.
Visitor Center is open Wednesday - Sunday from 9-5. Validated parking in garage accessed by Saville Ave.
No trolley service available until further notice. Delay a result of driver shortages.
John Adams Birthplace - Open Wednesday to Sunday, 9 - 5
What early influences shaped the character of the second President of the United States? The birthplace home of Patriot, Diplomat, President; John Adams.
John Quincy Adams Birthplace - Open Wednesday to Sunday, 9-5
Tour the home where John Adams drafted the Massachusetts Constitution, where Abigail served as Patriot on the Homefront during the Revolutionary War, and where 6th United States President, John Quincy Adams was born.
The Old House at Peace field - Open Wednesday to Sunday, 9-5
Walk in the footsteps of four generations of the Adams family and see their home just as they left it to the people of the United States, under the stewardship of the National Park Service.
Stone Library - Open Wednesday to Sunday, 9-5
Online tours are available of the Old House and Library. America's First Father and Son Presidents - Adams National Historical Park — Google Arts & Culture
Last updated: May 5, 2022