- Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
- Educational and permanent historic exhibit that examines the life, times, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy
- Museum's exhibition area uses historic films, photographs, artifacts and interpretive displays to document the events of the assassination
- Learn more about a man and an event that profoundly shaped the United States
What You Can Expect
Very interesting, worth seeing by anyone with an interest in history.
Very informative, well set up. The shooters window was awesome to look from. Enjoyed every part of it.
Saturday afternoons are probably NOT the best time to take this tour. Crowds were heavy even in mid-October. But if you can only go one place in Dallas, this should be the stop. Extremely well-done and engrossing.
A must if in Dallas the history regarding president Kennedy's assignation is very interesting.
Having lived through the actual happenings it was very good to see it all up close. The tour brought everything back and it was especially heart wrenching to be there on the 14th anniversary of 911.
This tour was very informative, with lots of facts that we were not aware of. We had a mishap with one of the tickets but the ticket office sorted it out efficiently. Would recommend.
The self-guided tour brings you back to the sad event of the final day of Pres.JFK. Very educational to people of all ages and to the generations to come.It's a must esp.to the Baby Boomers who mostly idolized this Pres. it's money worth spending.
It really was experiencing history and a world changing event.
You can't go to Dallas without stopping here. A integral part of our history.
Denis D United Kingdom
No delays in getting in. Thought provoking and interesting. A moment in history. Not to be missed