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John Adams
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John Adams

133 Franklin Street

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Description: 133 Franklin Street is part of the Adams National Historical Site which comprises four seperate units relating to John Adams and his son John Quincy Adams. 133 Franklin Street dates to around 1670 and is the oldest surviving presidential birthplace. Open to the Public.

Address: 133 Franklin Street; Quincy, MA 02669

Phone Number: (617) 773-1177

Hours of Operation: Daily, seven days a week, summer: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm; season begins April 19 and ends November 10th. Closed: November 11 to April 18.

National Park Service, Adams National Historic Site

Credit: "Presidential Sites: A Directory of Places Associated with Presidents of the United States" by William G. Clotworthy

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