John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
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A visit to the Museum at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library is an integral part of your Boston experience. You may be visiting from out of town or be a local who has never been here. Either way, we open our museum doors for you to experience President Kennedy’s life, legacy and leadership. The Museum, one of Boston’s most popular tourist attractions, features 25 multimedia exhibits, 3 interactive exhibits and period settings from the White House, all creating a stirring account of President Kennedy’s thousand days in office. Watch President Kennedy’s famous speeches in high definition on large screen projection to feel as if you were right there.
In 1961, President Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy brought a new sense of style to the White House. From small private parties to state dinners to lavish affairs, the Kennedy’s always entertained with warmth, hospitality and grace bringing artists, writers, scientists, poets, and musicians together to mingle with politicians, diplomats, and statesmen. Their commitment to culture, art and music inspired an American renaissance in imagination and creativity. That spirit lives on today at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. As part of our mission to celebrate President Kennedy’s vision, we invite you to share in his legacy of leadership, inspiration and gracious entertaining.
With breathtaking views of Boston, the Harbor Islands and the sparkling waters off Columbia Point, your guests will enjoy a memorable experience, no matter what time of day or year they visit. Please, let us introduce you to the JFK Library experience.