I really felt a connection to President Kennedy. I feel I believe in many of the same ideals. To see him speak and articulate those values warmed my heart. I think all people young and old would enjoy the Museum. This is a must do!
About John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library
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The museum tours starts with a very informative 20 minute video after which the tour is self-guided through a series of well organized exhibits (in a timeline). So many artifacts and multimedia exhibits; you can focus on what you want to. Lots of surprising facts...More
I've been to about 6 Presidential Librarys. This one rates a good or better than others. It's located on the bay with a nautical type architecture which is fitting of JFK. Has an excellent exhibit for the 100th anniversary of JFK's birth. While in Boston...More
This Museum is dedicated to telling John F. Kennedy's life story, and it does it very well. His family's history is depicted thoroughly, though without much mention of some of his Father's more nefarious activities. The events of his election to the Presidency and his...More
The JFK museum is an incredible collection of artifacts, clothing, and original film footage of a vibrant time in American politics. Even as fans of Kennedy history, we found countless new facts and tidbits around every turn. The exhibit is especially thorough as they have...More
If you our at all interested in history, The JFK Library is a must see. You will learn about JFK's life and his presidency. I would highly recommend this place to anyone spending time in Boston.
A very nice collection of items from the John F.Kennedy when he was president. Interesting and very informative museum.
Ahhh, Kennedy! I've read a lot about Kennedy, Jackie, and the Assassination. I'll admit, the drama drags me in. I'm conservative by nature, and have never really understood the "Kennedy" Era. What in the world could he have done in 1.5 years to stir up...More
This place will help you appreciate your history! I wasn't excited to go here, but my husband was. My kids enjoyed it too! If history was taught like this in our schools, I'm sure more kids would want to study it! I had little knowledge...More