A must see after the Sixth Floor Museum. It is a touching memorial for a president and man who embodied the service of his office
About John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza
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We visited the 6th Floor Museum first and learnt loads about the JFK assassination and the route his car took etc, so walking around the outside plaza and memorial afterwards made more sense regarding the crosses in the road, the grassy knoll etc. Very overwhelming...More
A block away from Dealy Plaza is the JFK Memorial. Attached a few photos as I see it in 35mm black and white. Located on South side of Old Red Museum and alongside Elm Street which a block away leads into Dealy Plaza and X...More
The John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza is history come to life. X's mark the spots where JFK was shot and there are all sorts of characters with memorabilia and stories on the assassination.
This is a must see for anyone while staying in downtown Dallas, Texas. It's a very special place in time that we'll never forget as to how it all happened. Don't second guess it as to should we spend the time doing the tour of...More
I loved this space. I honestly love everything about it. American History is a subject I love. Being in this space is amazing. I was not alive when this event took place, but I find the mystery of it all fascinating. Lots of details can...More
To experience a tragic day in the history of the USA, November 22, 1963 one can relive it all as it has been preserved here at this site. Videos, films, photos and many memorabilia are all on display of what happened on that never-to-be forgotten...More
Interesting place to view, you could stand on the grassy knoll and see the road around where JFK motorcade drove, tons of other people were there too. You could see the Museum as well from the knoll. Shady and has an old building nearby.