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Visiting Dealey Plaza pairs well with seeing the 6th Floor Museum. We went through the museum first, them went down to Plaza. That helped put things in perspective on the plaza. Also provides a great view of the old courthouse.
Dealy Plaza is a historic site due to the Kennedy assassination in 1963. The Zapruder film was taken here. There is also the grassy knoll and the stockade fence. Beware of hucksters stopping you to talk and wanting to charge you $7.00 for information that...More
We went to visit the Dealey plaza area and the sixth floor museum, we passed on the museum as it was late in the afternoon and there was a long queue to enter. We just walked around the plaza and visited the - grassy knoll...More
Visiting the area is similar to walking through history. Area is relatively the same even after many years have passed. I watched the assassination on YouTube and then followed the path on my own. Surreal
Take the trolley tour, it covers the route to LHO's boarding house, where he shot Patrolman Tippit, where he was arrested in the cinema and then on to the Police Department.
Its a short trip in very anonymous streets but the story on the Trolley...More
We found this location to have the most concentration of tourists, found in the historical area in downtown Dallas. There is an open tomb for JFK, and the book depository which you can enter via the rear to access the 6th floor.
Underwhelming in person but a site every American should see. Surprised they haven't detoured the road to pave over the site with a memorial. Cars just drive over this historical site every minute of every day. The World Trade Center in NY and school buildings...More