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United First Parish Church

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United First Parish Church

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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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Abbybowwowmom wrote a review Oct 2019
Hayward, Wisconsin200 contributions53 helpful votes
Another history lesson on the life of John and Abigail Adams and their desendents. The tour was very personal and guided by church members. We were able to see the crypt where the remains of John Adams and John Quincy Adams are as well as their spouses. Very somber and moving. Learned so much. There is a fee to get in and is not a part of the Adams Historical National Park.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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TouringTwoTimers wrote a review Oct 2019
Toms River, New Jersey315 contributions215 helpful votes
After our tour at the Adams Historical Park we meandered across the street to see the United First Parish Church where we were given a guided tour led by an enthusiastic member of the congregation. She provided us with a concise history of the building, the parish and the Adams family association with this church and the community. We were glad that we took the extra time to stop here and felt that the small donation asked for the tour was reasonable and worthwhile.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Rebecca Logan wrote a review Sep 2019
Williamsport, Pennsylvania103 contributions47 helpful votes
We visited the church and the Admas Crypt before touring the house. This is walking distance from the Adams National Historical Park buidling. Our young tour guide was knowlegable and passionate about his subject. He gave much background about the church, that began in 1636, and the Adams family. This is a National Historic Landmark and a must see! Make sure to sit in the same pew as the Presidents and their family did!
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Corinne O wrote a review Sep 2019
Quincy, Massachusetts51 contributions7 helpful votes
I’ve lived in Quincy just about my whole life and this church is my favorite landmark. It’s located in the heart of Quincy Center, has two presidents entombed there and right across from it is one of the oldest cemeteries in New England. The tour is very informative and there is a new park right outside the front door where you can relax by a gorgeous fountain. The National Park Foundation is located right across the street. They have bus tours to the other historical sights in the area. I highly recommend checking the area out. Well worth the visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Gwen W wrote a review Sep 2019
Murfreesboro, Tennessee1,503 contributions102 helpful votes
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We loved having a tour of this church yesterday. The tour guide was very knowledgeable and thorough in answering questions. We love visiting old churches and this one did not disappoint. This is the burial site for John and Abigail Adams as well as John Quincy and Louisa Adams.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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