The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
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Definitely a must see if you're in the area!! Worth the trip! Not a bad price. A short wait in line. Still require masks, so bring a comfortable one if you go. Also make sure you buy your tickets online BEFORE you go. Seems like it's usually sold out on the day of. Great for history fans!
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is located on the sixth floor of the Dallas County Administration Building (formerly the Texas School Book Depository) in downtown Dallas, Texas, overlooking Dealey Plaza at the intersection of Elm and Houston Streets. The museum examines the life, times,…
See the grassy knoll where JKF was shot. Very interesting museum full of history.
JFK Museum overlooking the “grassy knoll” that walks you through the history and investigation of the JFK assassination and discusses many of the theories and unsolved mysteries behind the assassination.
This museum explore the life, assassination and legacy of JFK within the context of 1960s history and culture.
“We came for the Dior exhibition. I bought tickets online because they were timed. Upon arrival we paid $15 to park in garage. Neat experience overall. Everyone was nice and pointed us in the right direction. As you walk in there's a cafe and store. I like the entrance design as they have some seating to wait and it's a drive up to pickup or drop off.”
“neat Downtown Dallas area built over a Highway a Park in the middle of the City near great attractions like the Dallas Museum of Art, Perot Museum of Natural History, the Crescent Hotel, Cedar Springs an eclectic area with Entertainment, and older homes that have been Referbuished really great area with good Food outside Entertainment and Sight Seeing. Turtle Creek is not too far from here which is a beautiful walking area. It is about 30 min away from my residence. I can drive you there for a fee a little less than Uber.”
“This museum is very unique. A lot of information to take in. Interactive displays throughout. Need some time to see all exhibits. Definitely worth the trip to see everything. Also had live fossil scraping.”
“Enjoy a meal and breathtaking views inside "the ball" of the Dallas skyline. ”