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Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

Category: Monuments + Museums

411 Elm St., Dallas, TX 75270


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Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza - Reviews from across the web

Very Moving, Go Back in Time and Relive the Experience - user review
I just visited the lovely city of Dallas for the first time this past week. One of the places I sought out after seeing it online was the Sixth Floor Museum. We paid additional for th...

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Definately a must for your itenerary.Plan to spend ample time here. Well laid out and lots to read and film footage to see ,all at your own pace.It is easy to backtrack if one spot is...

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Can't go to Dallas without seeing the Texas Schoolbook Depository if you are 35 and older. Very interesting and well done. You can tour by yourself. You can purchase headphones that ca...

Same area as the Sixth Floor Museum - user review
The Sixth Floor Museum is a must see for any visitor to Dallas. The museum is in the Former Texas School Book Depository from which Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly shot and killed Presiden...

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We went here last month and even though I was only 10 years old when this happened,it did make me remember alot of things I had forgotten about.I found it to be very informative and di...

From A Canadian Point of View - user review
I drove down three days from Canada specifically to see this museum. The Sixth Floor Museum is a must for anyone who is a Kennedy Family/Assassination buff. Just standing at the window w...

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This is the same as the Sixth Floor Museum. Oswald was employed at and shot from the Texas School Book Depository--he shot from a 6th floor window. The museum is located in the old Schoo...

Creepy but Cool - user review
After all these years I couold not belive I was there at the plaza. It's creepy knowing what took place there 41 years ago. It was like I was feeling spirts from that time all around m...

Very informative - user review
We found it very interesting. It was laid out where you weren't rushed along by other visitors. My son had been wanting to go there for quite some time and he was not disappointed with...

The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza | Museum/Attraction Review | Dallas | Frommers.com - expert review
November 22, 1963, is a day Dallas cant live down and the world cant forget. A snipers bullets assassinated the nations 35th president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, in Dallas as his motorcade traveled west on Elm Street. Whether or not the...

President John F. Kennedy was... - expert review
President John F. Kennedy was tragically assassinated in Dallas nearly 40 years ago, on November 22, 1963, and many people still come to town curious to learn more about that fatef...

Sixth Floor Museum was great! - user review
If history is your thing and you like to visit places of significance, the 6th Floor Museum and the visit to Dealey Plaza in Dallas are very memorable and must sees. Dealey Plaza remains ...

Loved It - user review
For all you interested in history or just interested in anything Kennedy this is a ...

The best place we went on vacation, 6th Floor Muesum - user review
I have never been so taken in, and speechless as I was on the 6th floor...being there and seeing where President Kennedy was assisinated was truely a humbling experience. The hair on ...

The Sixth floor Museum - user review
I think most people have heard of the Infamous book Deposatory on Elm Street where Lee Havery Oswald Shot the then president of the United States of America. Its a must see the The Sixth F...

Don't Miss This - user review
This is a great museum--something you shouldn't miss. You can move along at your own pace; the audio helps explain a lot of the details, I would recommend getting it. There is some on...

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