Stopped by the Dealey Plaza on the way to the Sixth Street Museum. It’s a nice little place that discusses Mr.Dealey and his gifts to the city of Dallas. It also has a monument of where John Neely Bryan’s cabin was.
About Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District
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Interesting and important landmark in American History. This area of Downtown Dallas isn’t exactly family friendly. Lots of undesirable people in the area. Quite a few guys trying to hustle people selling tour maps. A few overpriced restaurants a few blocks away. The area seemed...More
This is a point of pilgrimage since it is where JFK was assassinated. It allows you to reflect on his legacy and put together the layout of the grassy knoll, the 6th floor, etc. Even without that, this is a pretty plaza with some nice...More
The last time a president traveled in a convertible was Dealy Plaza. Look out the window of the book depository and wonder what might have been. The secret service learned a lot that day, unfortunately at the cost of President Kennedy’s life.
I stood on top of the exact pillar Abraham zap rider stood to take the footage. I also had a rare opportunity to look out the window where Oswald was when he watched a much better shot with a much better position assassinated jfk. Just...More