The entrance is a $10 donation. Here is where John and Quincy Adams are buried wih their wifes. You see their tombs downstairs, and the pew that belonged to the Adams' family among other interesting American historical data. Don't miss it. Check what hours the church is open so that you can coordinate tbe Adams' houses tour with this one and not have to wait like we did. If that happen to you, visit the cementery across the street from the church where some Adams relatives and other historical figures are buried. All things being equal, it is better to visit it after the church because they give you a map of the cementery indicating where the famous people tombs are located..
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