Abigail Adams Birthplace
Abigail Adams Historical Society (AAHS) is dedicated to commemorating and educating a worldwide audience about the extraordinary life and times of Abigail Smith Adams, Weymouth Massachusetts’ national treasure, and her legacy of service to country; and to preserving and interpreting her birthplace, the place where her character and ideals were formed, as a resource and inspiration for all. AAHS is the steward for the preservation of Abigail Adams' birthplace and first home, from 1744 to her marriage to John Adams in 1764.
Following the recent exterior restoration of the Birthplace, AAHS has been engaged in the evaluation and restoration of objects in its collection to better interpret the life and times of Abigail Adams. Proceeds from AAHS programs support its mission, which is to commemorate and educate a worldwide audience about the extraordinary life and times of Abigail Smith Adams, and her legacy of service to the country, and to preserve and interpret her Birthplace, where her character and ideals were formed, as a resource and inspiration for all. Society membership and donations are gratefully accepted towards this mission.
The Society offers tours of the house and presents programs on this remarkable American, her family, and the era in which she lived. For more information on Abigail Adams Birthplace history, programs and events, email AAHS1947@yahoo.com, visit www.abigailadamsbirthplace.com or follow Abigail Adams Historical Society on Facebook.