After reading the McCullough book on Adams, I've really wanted to see his houses and visit his grave. During our recent trip to Boston, I got that chance. Our first stop was the Visitor Center where we bought our tickets to see the houses and then watched a short film before our tour started. The film was pretty good and details the lives of John, his son, grandson and great grandson, which was new. Once the film finished, we went outside and caught our trolley to visit the houses. I initially thought that we were just going to visit Peacefield, but was delighted that we visited both the Adams birthplace and the home where he lived during the Revolution. From there, we did travel on to the bigger house and had a wonderful tour. The house is gorgeous and the gardens are really charming. Getting to visit these houses was one of the highlights of my entire trip.
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