“chronicles the assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy”
Relive the tumultous days of November 22-24, 1963 as we revisit the stops made famous by the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.Our MissionThe tour is meant to bring you back to the days of November 22-24, 1963 and the events that made up the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. We touch on three theories of the assassination and let each individual visitor create their own conclusion of what occurred on that fateful day in November. We are the only tour that gives you an in-depth experience. We give you the back story of the President's visit to Texas and how things unfolded.Our tour is unlike the others. We keep the attendence small and allow a more intimate tour. We like to share stories attached to the assassination as well as hear your stories of "where you were" when these tragic events unfolded. We also allow your questions throughout the tour to make it as interactive as possible ! We see many people from different areas of the country and the world so no tour is exactly the same. We play audio clips from November 22-24, 1963 from radio and television broadcasts. We also have photography to take you back to those days and let you browse through pictures throughout the tour.
Go early lots of people go. Great museum you get the audio tour in the language you want but it's 16$ but it is worth it!!
The museum is a great look into not only the events about the assassination, but also the legacy of JFK. I can get crowded later in the day, so go early.
If you visit Dallas I think this is a must do as it is part of history. We purchased tickets online for specific time and got right in. I recommend doing this if possible.
Another place, you've been to once you don't need to go again...good for history classes. Having heard the story over and over over my life time, you know the story. Go in the off-season when it's not too crowded. You can get discounts if you are a teacher....I wasn't a "Kennedy Fan" so I really was not enthralled with the whole thing like some are. I found the city bus and trolley tours more interesting to do instead of the pricey, crowded museum.
Wonderful place. Definitely get there early. It tends to get pretty crowded.
It was pretty packed, and I thought $7 for parking and $16 to get in was sort of overpriced, but outside where JFK was shot was my favorite part of the whole thing. I even snuck up behind the Grassy Knoll.... No one was there - mystery solved.
The museum was an excellent experience, it was worth the price of the ticket!
Didn't go into the museum, but it was interesting to see the spot where he was shot.
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