Adams National Historical Park in Quincy on $20 a day
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Above: They won't let us shoot interior pictures but this place is something else.
Above: We cruise to the Adams National Historical Park in Quincy. We take the hour long ranger guided ticketed tours of both the Old House and the John Adams Birthplace House in Quincy. We flash our America the Beautiful national park pass so admission is free. This is the pass we purchased for eighty dollars on day one of this trip that is good for 365 consecutive days.
These remarkable historical places house over seventy thousand items
of American history. I am astounded to learn how much this one small family
did for our young country.
We ride the free shuttle between park attractions, gardens, and tours then drive Quincy Shore Drive and park waterfront.
The Boston skyline across the greying waters as the sun sinks behind us.
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