Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

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Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is a museum that looks at the life, death and the legacy of President John F Kennedy. It is situated on the very spot that his murderer Lee Harvey Oswald is said to have shot JFK in the sixth floor of the now Dallas County Administrative Building in Dallas, USA. JFK was shot and killed on November 22, 1963, the museum was opened in 1989 founded by the Dallas County Historical Foundation. The museum exhibits historic films, photographs, artefacts and other items that document the assassination of JFK. The museum is self-funded and relies on donations and ticket sales.

Getting there

If travelling by car, there is parking available at a fee adjacent to the museum. The museum is situated three blocks away from the ‘West End’ light-rail station.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open seven days a week, 10am-6pm except for Mondays when the museum opens later at noon. Admission prices are set at 16$ for adults, 14$ for seniors, 13$ for youths and free for children under 5.

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