Although, they say you can get through the tour in about an hour and a half, if you enjoy history, or you are a JFK buff, be prepared to set aside at least 2-3 hours for this museum. Admission is $16.00, and well worth it.
This museum is incredibly well done! It is very comprehensive in covering JFK from his election and goals to his early demise as well as the after-effects of his untimely death. The tour is self-guided with an audio guide. They do a beautiful job of splicing together first hand accounts with factual events. The narrator was one of the reporters who reported the assassination in Dallas. I felt totally transported to 1963. They offer striking visuals, television clips, and in person displays. No photography is allowed inside the museum.
There is also a self-guided walking tour along the grassy knoll and facade of the Book Repository. Unfortunately, we didn't allot enough time to do that portion of the tour, but other people looked like they were enjoying it. In short, I would recommend this museum for anyone who enjoys history, JFK, sociology, or politics. It's not necessary to have a huge knowledge base to enjoy the museum because they do such a wonderful job of setting the scene for the novice.
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