The John Quincy Adams Birthplace

1250 Hancock St.
Quincy, MA 02169- Map It
(617) 770-1175

AAA Editor Notes

The John Quincy Adams Birthplace is accessible via the Adams National Historical Park visitor center at 1250 Hancock St. Park rangers lead tours through the home in which John and Abigail Adams resided until the end of the Revolution. The house was the 1767 birthplace of their son John Quincy, who became the country's sixth president. Of interest is the law office where the constitution of Massachusetts, which served as a model for the constitutions of other states and the United States, was drafted. Guided tours are available.
(includes The John Adams Birthplace and The Old House) $10; free (ages 0-15).
Hours: Guided historic house tours are given daily every hour 9:15-3:15, mid-Apr. to early Nov. Last tour begins at closing time.