July 4 at Adams National Historical Park
The Founding Fathers had the radical idea that a government should be for the people. Today, America's "Best Idea," our National Parks, exist for the same purpose, for the people. Join Adams National Historical Park as we debate, defend, compromise and consider the meaning of independence. Experience history through the performing arts as we salute two of our nation's most celebrated Founding Fathers, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson and Founding Mother, Abigail Adams, in the stage play: Jefferson and Adams, by Howard Ginsberg. Lend your voice to liberty as we read the Declaration of Independence, right outside and below the room that John Adams took his last breath on July 4, 1826, the Jubilee Anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.
All the events listed below are FREE and open to the public!
All day validated parking is available in the parking garage adjacent to the Visitor Center at 1250 Hancock Street, Quincy, MA. Limited street parking is available at 135 Adams Street, Quincy, MA
135 Adams Street, Quincy
Last updated: December 16, 2015