I'm not if some people would not find this exhibit a bit morbid and it's not for everyone, but if you are a history buff then I would highly recommend this museum. I went three times before the line was short enough I decided to venture forth. This is a very popular spot in a very high tourist area of Dallas. It's very easy to walk to or street car,cab or drive and park. The tour only takes an hour or so, but you can stretch it out if you watch everything. It still leaves you with a few questions but it covers pretty much everything there is to cover on that horrible day in November. As well as what was happening before and after. I remember seeing most of the images over and over again as a child and there are many new ones I have never seen. The taped guided tour is very well laid out, and you get a sense of how everything actually happened that day from a few different perspectives. It takes you back to a place and time that changed America forever. Even though there are plenty of people around you it is a very chilling experience. Well worth the time and $16.00 if you are an adult. There are senior and student discounts.
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