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The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

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The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

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jbushman2017 wrote a review Sep 17
Fresno, California375 contributions131 helpful votes
For older Americans the assassination of JFK was a pivotal moment in US history and for those over 60 years old a very influential event (do you remember where you were when JFK was shot?). This museum has preserved the event and provides all the history about what happened and the aftermath. You will spend about 90 minutes here if you read everything. In COVID times they are very careful about keeping guests separated from each other so you must have advanced tickets and plan to wait a bit when you enter. Don’t forget to walk outside after to visit Dealey Plaza.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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RonnyC2723 wrote a review Sep 3
Dallas, Texas39 contributions11 helpful votes
The 6th Floor Museum focuses on the events leading up to and including the aftermath of President Kennedy's visit to DFW and his assassination. This is the most extensive museum of its kind in the US. Tours are self guided and most enjoyable as well as informative. There are more exhibits regarding the American presidency and it is continually being updated. The gift shop features everything presidential, with many gifts and collectibles regarding the Kennedy presidency and assassination. If you had just one day to visit Dallas, this would be the place to spend it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Panky71 wrote a review Aug 2020
Brisbane, Australia73 contributions21 helpful votes
My wife and I were in Dallas just pre COVID and we visited the 6th Floor Museum after a JFK tour, the exhibits videos etc are very well laid out and informative and the staff are very helpful.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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B. Parks wrote a review Aug 2020
160 contributions11 helpful votes
Took the tour here of the shooting of Kennedy and the grassy knoll experience. More to see here than you might first think.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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R K L wrote a review Jul 2020
Seattle, Washington2,294 contributions280 helpful votes
No matter one's political orientation, it would be a crime to visit Dallas and not explore The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. From the moment we stepped off the elevator, there was a sense of walking into history. The exhibits are well done and definitely thought provoking.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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