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1307 Hancock St, Quincy, MA 02169-5119
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Boston to Plymouth Small Group Day-Trip with Plimoth Plantation & Mayflower II
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Boston to Plymouth Small Group Day-Trip with Plimoth Plantation & Mayflower II

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Discover historic New England as you explore two iconic Massachusetts destinations on this full-day tour from Boston. Travel through Quincy, MA, the birthplace of two U.S. Presidents, and journey along the state's South Shore coastal area on route to Plymouth. Explore the 400-year-old town's harbor, enjoy lunch (own expense), view Plymouth Rock, and tour Plimoth Plantation. You'll also board the Mayflower II and learn the fascinating history of the Pilgrim's.
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Lamprx wrote a review Aug 2020
Cotuit, Massachusetts47 contributions7 helpful votes
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My son is having cancer treatment daily in Weymouth so during infusion times I made a list of sites I wanted to see south of Boston. The place was immaculate on a beautiful sunny day and I had a nice walk through the graveyard. I was disappointed that the church and National Parks visitor center are closed due to Covid but I didn't need the church to give thanks to these 2 men to which we owe so much.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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jcdcooks wrote a review Nov 2019
Quincy, Massachusetts118 contributions24 helpful votes
The Hancock Cemeterry is located near Quincy City Hall and the City of President's Church. The cemetrty is small but it is interesting to visit with history dating back to the 1600's and President John Quincy Adams time
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Date of experience: October 2019
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DLP wrote a review May 2019
New Jersey1,332 contributions125 helpful votes
If you like old cemeteries and the history they may hold, then this place is worth a visit. The cemetery dates back to the 1600’s and there are many old headstones/epitaphs to read/view. There is no one really “famous” buried here. John Quincy Adams and John Adams were once buried here, but are now in the crypt at the church across the way. However many of there family members are laid to rest here.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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pearl wrote a review Apr 2019
Killingworth, Connecticut109 contributions25 helpful votes
Grave sites are easy to find as the cemetery is small. With brochure in hand, you can read a short history about the deceased. Worth a visit.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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PhillyGirl1215 wrote a review Mar 2019
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania245 contributions93 helpful votes
We visited Hancock Cemetery after doing the NPS tours of the 3 Adams houses and the church where JA and JQA are buried. This cemetery has generations of the Adams family going all the way back to emigration from England, so it was cool to trace their family history. JQA used to be buried here before he was moved to the church across the street and his original tomb is still here.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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