To be at the exact place Kennedy was shot at was surreal. Super historic...... The landmarks were easy to follow and a good way to walk around.....
About Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District
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An easy area to ample through and recall the stories of the JFK assassination. Two Xs are on the road, allegedly marking the car positions for the first and second shots. Be sure to check out the wooden fence!
The is the spot where it all happened. There is the X in the middle of the street and of course you can go to the 6th floor museum if you really want to deep dive. The venue is free and you can walk the...More
Dealer Plaza and the grassy knoll have been preserved very much as it was in 1963. Display boards provide useful information to tourists.
Desley plaza is a solemn place where you can't help but think about what the Kennedy's went through, the worldwide repercussions and how the events effected Dallas as a city! It is thought provoking and soul stirring where both 'the truth' and the conspiracy theorists...More
This became an instantaneous historic site, however it's taken Dallas years to not be ashamed of what happened that faithful November day. The area is definitely worth visiting and ponder the historical significance if this place was not a National Historical Landmark and JFK was...More
It is short walk from here to the site of President Kennedy’s assassination, if you want to see the site, the memorial, and tour the museum located in the book depository. Can be noisy. There a several very busy roads
The history of this place is so important and it is difficult to stand there and not think about all the stories and conspiracy theories. I have never had my kids ask so many questions and engage in conversation. It was so amazing to be...More