John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum
Ages 13-17: $9.00
Ages 0-12: $0.00
As one of only ten Presidential Libraries run by the National Archives and Records Administration, the JFK Presidential Library in Boston is committed to remembering John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the history of his life and presidency, and promoting political importance as a whole.
The immaculate building hosts a number of permanent exhibits like the Campaign Trail where guests will learn about how Kennedy sought the presidency and succeeded. The Space Program exhibit gives insight into the 'Space Race' in which the United States competed to the Moon against the Soviets. Also, track the lineage and history of the entire Kennedy family, and watch the secrets unfold. There are several more exhibits that are a staple of the museum, and a number of special, temporary exhibits are offered each year.
In addition to the fascinating aspects of the library and museum, the JFK Presidential Library is housed in an architecturally impressive building on 10 acres that are beautifully landscaped and located next to a harbor. Plan to spend some time here taking it all in. You will enjoy visiting this educational, interesting, and memorable place.