The setting of the museum is lovely - right next to water and the architecture of building is stunning. Admission price is also reasonable and guides seemed very knowledgeable. The museum focuses on JFK's personal life and his presidency - but this may perhaps seem skewed to his family life to some visitors, but probably lies in fact that he was only in office for 3 years. From JFK's university graduation to the end of his life, most aspects seem to covered - what stood out to me most was, during WWII, the heroic way he saved the lives of his remaining crew by swimming them each a few miles to shore after their boat was run down by a Japanese destroyer. I also loved the inclusions of the Jacqueline Kennedy tapes that detail her and JFK's time in the White House - they were incredible to listen to. It truly felt like stepping back into time...a must see if visiting the Boston area.
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