Bring the kids and/or a love of U.S. history and gardens. Join us at the Adams National Historical Park in Quincy, MA on Sunday, October 19th at 10:30 A.M.
Our ranger-led tour leaves the park visitor center at 11:15 AM. The tour, which takes about 2 ½ hours (including travel time) showcases the John Adams Birthplace, the John Quincy Adams Birthplace the Old House at Peace field and the Stone Library. Later, you may wander at your leisure to see the carriage house, the chapel and the cemetery. The 12 acres of grounds include a formal garden and an orchard.
We’ll meet at the park Visitor Center at about 10:30 in the morning, buying individual tickets. If you wish, view the 26-minute, continuously running film that introduces the family and their contributions to the history and development of the United States.
Event: Tour of the Adams’ Historical Park, Sunday, October 19th, 10:30 gather / 11:15 tour.
Cost: $5 per adult; under 16 free.
Address: 1250 Hancock Street in the President’s Place Galleria, Quincy, MA
Parking: Validated parking free at the President’s Place Parking garage (entrance on Saville Avenue. Use the middle gate entrance on right. Proceed to level 4 or 5 for unreserved parking.
RSVP: to Martha Levinson (firstname.lastname@example.org; 978-270-3233). Questions welcome. If you can, please let us know by Friday, October 17th. However, if you wake up on that Sunday and feel like joining us, please do.