JFK Library and Museum

JFK Library Atrium flag hangingThe John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum is located in Boston, Massachusetts. Visitors can experience a variety of fun activities. You can enjoy period settings, exhibits, three theaters, and 25 multimedia exhibits. There is also the Museum store and the JFK café located in the facility. You may also want to enter the recreated world of the Kennedy presidency and get a “first-hand” experience of John F. Kennedy’s life, legacy, and leadership. Featured exhibits include: Campaign Trail, The Briefing Room, The Space Race, Attorney General’s Office, The Oval Office, First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, and The Kennedy Family. The Campaign Trail exhibit invites visitors to relive one of history’s most exciting presidential campaigns. Listen to Senator John F. Kennedy accept his party’s nomination. The museum recreates the sights and sounds of the 1960 Democratic National Convention and the main streets of America that were traveled by candidates John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon as they delivered hundreds of speeches in front of thousands of people of every age.

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