Neat place to visit. Such a historic and tragic place. Enjoyed our visit. November is a good time to do it.
About Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District
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I was in Dallas for a conference on the JFK assassination. I went to Dealey Plaza as part of the group, but also spent a lot of time there by myself. I've seen many pictures of it and seen it in movies and documentaries, but...More
This is a turning point for Americans, we started the war in Vietnam and lost 50 plus thousands service members, Vietnam last 2 millions due to the war. Controversy or not is up to each of us. A must for any visitor that travel to...More
Over 50 years since the fateful day but everyone alive then remembers where they were when JFK was shot. Walking the grounds made famous that day rekindles those memories. While the place is not really spectacular as landmarks go it is very reflective and moving....More
It is just like the photos and provides a panorama view of the key areas in the JFK shooting. Free to visit and there is a public car park adjacent for $8. We fid this after the Book Depository museum which really set the scene...More
What an experience to stand in the very spot where history changed the course of the nation. One should avail themselves of this.
Skip the 6th floor museum if you're old enough to remember the assassination. Walking around Dealey Plaza is much better; you can get a sense of how close Oswald was to the motorcade. Dealey Plaza itself was built with WPA funds in the 1930s.