The museum itself is mostly storyboards to read, a few actual items, but not many. The view on the 7th floor above the sniper's nest on the 6th floor alone was worth the cost of admission. Very moving experience to see the view in person that you have seen on TV over and over. Whether you believe Oswald acted alone or not, the view drives home the very sad, somber fact that at that time, it would have been very easy to change the lives of a nation of people in an instant.
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