Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Very intresting experience, One of the best museums I have ever visited. Is a must go place while visiting Dallas. I actually spend more than an hour there looking at every detail presented, Tears included in the packeage., of course , Great experience no compliats at all
The rating of this tour had nothing to do with Viator. We thought someone would meet us at the museum and take us from exhibit to exhibit and provide additional information, we were not picked up at our hotel - we were outside the 5 mile limit - and were not greeted by the company upon arrival Additionally, we were told we HAD to print out physical copies of the Viaotor tickets after we booked the tour. I had wanted to use my cell phone since we weren't sure we'd have access to a printer. Had I known this was the way Viator takes care of their out of state customers, I would have and should have, gone independently with my husband to Dealey Plaza.
Amazing experience so much info and detail, would definitely recommend.
Loved this. The displays are excellent and the audio guide really brings it all to life. It is a pity you are not allowed to take photos inside the museum. I would suggest that a booklet of photos could be compiled and sold to visitors. At least that would give you something to take away instead of having your own photos.
Awesome. I'm not a big history buff, but the museum was interesting and informative and really moving. Would recommend to anyone passing through.
Not much else to do in Downtown Dallas, but if passing through the museum was fantastic and definitely worth the visit.
The museum is really interesting! You learn a lot about what happened, and get to see exactly where it all went down. Worth the stop.
Good Vale and certainly informative. This was the best part of my Dallas trip.
I would recommend this to anyone. The museum was very interesting and informative. There was lots to read and watch without being overwhelmed. The only small issue was that the museum got very busy veru quickly so it was a fight to the front sometimes. Take the time to walk onto the Grassy knoll and stand behind the fence to see the view. There is a nice place for breakfast just down the road called Cindy's that was cheap and good food.
Great to see all the pictures and reactions across the world. The downside was the fact that you dont get to be in the area where Oswald shot the president. Additioanlly, the museum didnt have any original JFK memorabelia for sale.