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A Travel Blog entry by socks from Arlington, Texas, United States
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicles the assassination and legacy of President John F. Kennedy. The Sixth Floor Museum is located on the sixth floor of an early 20th century warehouse known in 1963 as the Texas School Book Depository. The ...
A Travel Blog entry by wheresgordon from Farmers Branch, Texas, United States
... near the Dallas Museum of Art, which is close to where I have a dinner reservation, and walked to the Sixth Floor Museum. The Sixth Floor Museum is in the top two floors of the building used by Lee Harvey Oswald to shoot President Kennedy. They have a ...
A Travel Blog entry by kayrontvvol from Dallas, Texas, United States
We visited the grassy knoll, the location of JFK's ...
A Travel Blog entry by globetrotters from CAIRO, Egypt
... , all dingy from vehicle exhaust. We arrived at our hosts' apartment building, rode the 3-person elevator to the sixth floor, climbed a short set of stairs and entered a surprisingly beautiful apartment, modestly decorated with blue and gold furniture, ...
A Travel Blog entry by bucksmom from Washington DC, District of Columbia, United States
... we went to the Newseum. It is incredibly interesting and four hours there went by like lightening. We need to go back! Their sixth floor balcony has wonderful views of the Capitol Building and of Pennsylvania Avenue. It turns out we do get ...
A Travel Blog entry by mickandbrit from Dallas, Texas, United States
... all those familiar, and genetically connected, faces nearby. Later that afternoon we headed into downtown Dallas to visit the Sixth Floor Museum, which documents the presidency and assassination of John F. Kennedy. It’s called the Sixth Floor Museum ...
A Travel Blog entry by watsonrtw from Gallup, New Mexico, United States
... point the car's thermometer read 99 degrees. We eventually arrived in Dallas at around 10am. We had heard that the Sixth Floor Museum is a fascinating place to go to learn about the work, and ultimately the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. I ...
A Travel Blog entry by eatsleeptravel from Dallas, Texas, United States
... - Dallas Cowboys, organized in 1960 and became known as the "America's Team" winning 5 Super Bowl titles. 2nd Stop: Sixth Floor museum at Dealey Plaza (the location of JFK assassination) We've all heard the stories, even learned about it in history ...
A Travel Blog entry by thesairs from Cedar Hill, Texas, United States
... . The top two floors of the building, including the infamous sixth floor, remained empty. On President's Day 1989, The Sixth Floor Museum opened as a response to the many visitors who come to Dealey Plaza to learn more about the assassination. The ...
A Travel Blog entry by cafe_travel from Dallas, Texas, United States
... for me until after we had been through the Sixth Floor Museum. It became far more important after that. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza came about because tourists coming to see the John F Kennedy Memorial often misunderstood what the sculpture ...
A Travel Blog entry by phungster from Dallas, Texas, United States
... tourists. Do we learn anything new? Not at all, it is just a chance for anyone to say "I have been there!" After the Sixth Floor Museum, it is time for us to go to see what else out there. Market street is the place to be... but on Sunday morning, ...
A Travel Blog entry by connollyclan5 from Dallas, Texas, United States
... out the breaky cereals filled with sugar and marshmallows and Liam lost interest pretty quickly!!!!! Then we headed to the Sixth Floor Museum which gives the historical account of the assassination of President Kennedy. As maybe obvious by its name the ...
A Travel Blog entry by jen.greening from Dallas, Texas, United States
... full boot, but it's only the bootie portion. So fun! After that we were off to Dealey Plaza and the Sixth Floor Museum to see the grassy knoll and the Texas School Book Depository where Oswald shot JFK. I have to say that this museum ...
A Travel Blog entry by djpick from Dallas, Texas, United States
... next stop. I traveled all the way to Union Station in downtown Dallas and walked to the visitor info center near the Sixth Floor Museum. I was trying to find a bus tour of Dallas. The volunteer in the info center confirmed that there are no bus tours ...
A Travel Blog entry by patches_mcgee from Dallas, Texas, United States
When I looked into things to see and do in Dallas, only one stood out - The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, this being the location of the former Texas School Book Depository where Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly shot the magic bullet that killed John F ...
A Travel Blog entry by lisa_82 from Dallas, Texas, United States
... a bar that played country music and had a mechanical bull! Oct 12th - On our free day in Dallas we went to the Sixth Floor Museum, a museum dedicated to JFK, with a lot about his assasination as it was from the same building that he was shot ...
A Travel Blog entry by chris_a from Dallas, Texas, United States
... and a well-timed change on the nearby pedestrian traffic lights. We continued walking westwards towards Dealey Plaza and the Sixth Floor Museum, housed in another old, red brick building which was once the Texas School Book Depository. Were it not for ...
A Travel Blog entry by emilysgroup from Dallas, Texas, United States
... Kennedy assassination. Well since there isn't anything on the exact place where he was shot, we drove down to the Sixth Floor Museum in Dallas. This particular museum is located on the sixth floor of the Dallas County Administration Building. This is ...
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Located on the sixth floor of the Dallas County Administration Building (formerly the Texas School Book Depository) from which Oswald fired those infamous shots, this historic exhibition chronicles the life, times, assassination and legacy of President ...