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Relive the Kennedy era in this dynamic combination museum and library, where your visit starts with a short film and then leaves you on your own to explore a series of fascinating exhibits, including the Kennedy-Nixon debate, the Cuban Missile...more
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This place is beautiful but it is a little difficult to find. I can't even give directions how to get there now. It was almost a flute that we even found it but once there we spent almost three hours. The outside is beautiful to...More
All you ever wanted to learn about the Kennedy era. I loved the collections of memorabilia from the 1950's and 1960's. They even had JRK's report card from elementary school. There is ALOT of reading so I would not recommend it for young children.
I do like presidential libraries and this one was different on top of that. Really well done museum and gives you a good feeling when you leave, whereas I was prepared to be a bit down. Happy I made it out to visit before I...More
We are of the generation that was fascinated by JFK, even though we grew up in Europe ; so we had to come here, to quench our curiosity and pay our respects. Being tourists, we took an Uber to Colombia Point, but I guess there...More
IIt was neat to see all of the old artifacts and campaign data, but it's very dated and they leave so much on the table. Considering how popular Kennedy still is, I'm surprised that this museum hasn't been renovated. gh it.
Wonderful experience that reminds you of what a young, energetic and intelligent young man can do to a nation. How many dreams he helped develop into realities! Like his famous speeches: I am a Berliner, We will go to the moon.
We were due to catch our flight later that afternoon and didn't really know what to do with our morning. I googled things to do in Boston, that were relatively close to the airport and this museum came up.
I hadn't really been interested in...More
Only grip is the JFK cafe is very minimal and overly expensive, BUT clean with nice staff.
Otherwise, a great experience. Was very happy to see Jackie and RFK paid due tribute. Seeing these people, especially in light of 2018 politics, was highly worthwhile. The...More
Depends on your interest level and who is in your party. We spent 2 and a half hours there. It’s not a large library as others say. However, for a history buff like me, I looked at everything. And spent time outside taking... More
Depends on your interest level and who is in your party. We spent 2 and a half hours there. It’s not a large library as others say. However, for a history buff like me, I looked at everything. And spent time outside taking pictures and took a break in the cafe.