A great man, JFK, and was President assassinated out of nowhere. I’m glad that Lee Harvey Oswald fella was killed and didn’t have to live on taxpayers money. Jack Ruby in jail, a partial hero, died wi...
The actual site of Lee Harvey Oswald’s roost for the Kennedy killing. Exhibits provide a very good explanation of the Kennedy family, the time leading up to the assassination and various theories of ...
For the historical aspect it is a very interesting place to see. With the artifacts and news articles it is neat to see. For what the place is and what they charge for admission you would think that t...
This museum tells a story that’s important in American history, and does so in such an authentic way. Learning about the details of Kennedy’s death in the place where it happened is powerful. We found...
The information is interesting, but I wouldn't really consider this to be a museum. It is an audio tour you listen to with a headset while you read various signs. There are only a few artifacts. I wou...
The Sixth Floor Museum, located in the heart of Dallas, was built to commemorate the assassination of former US President Kennedy. The reason why it is called "the sixth floor" is because the three bullets of the killer Lee Harvey Oswald were shot from the sixth floor of the building that used to be the textbook warehouse. The bullets hit Kennedy's back and ended his short and legendary life.
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