John F. Kennedy's birth place is a wonderful site. Nestled in a Brookline neighborhood, it is shown as it would have appeared on May 29, 1917. Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy donated the house to the National Park system in the 1960's after President's Kennedy's death. The house all based on Mrs. Kennedy's recollections of how the house appeared. It will only take about 30 minutes to see the house by a tour led by a National Park Ranger. There is a small gift shop, a 20 minute movie made by the Kennedy Family to commemorate Mrs. Kennedy's 100th Birthday. Park Rangers also give a walking tour of the neighborhood showing you the house the Kennedy's moved to in 1920. There is no food available at the site, however, there are many great restaurants on Harvard Avenue which is a short walk away. This is a site not to be missed.
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