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Established in 1989, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza preserves the documentary, artifactual and photographic records of President John F. Kennedy. Its store offers gift items, books, historical pictures, posters, cards, clothing and videos. The museum maintains more than 35,000 records and organizes lectures, presentations, panel discussions, workshops and school programs. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza provides a range of online educational resources, including newsletters and guides. The museum offers more than 4000-square-foot of space on rental basis for corporate meetings and business receptions. The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza maintains a location in Dallas, Texas.

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Fax: (214) 747-6662

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Dallas County Admin Bldg
West End Historic District, Downtown Dallas, Central Dallas
Museum Store, Cafe and Bookstore

Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza

Museums, Tourist Information & Attractions
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Parking: Lot

Bike Parking: Yes

Attire: Casual

Takes Reservations: No

Outdoor Seating: No


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Dj B.



This was really like travelling back in time to one of the most significant dates in American History. The exhibits consisted mostly of placards to read after listening to the audio tour and a scaled model of Dealey Plaza.

It might be difficult to keep the attention of little children as there were few interactive exhibits. Notwithstanding, it still is a place to see just from the shear significance that the area will always hold.

Valerie M.



I have been here several times, both as an adult and a child, and every single time, I feel honored to be within such a piece of history, and just when I think it isn't possible, I always end up learning something new! I highly recommend this to history buffs and/or people who are in town and looking for something fun to do with the kids!

Jesse P.


No Conspiracy

The museum is full of info you probably saw in documentaries or read in the myriad of conspiracy theory books designed to seperate you from your money. I was surprised to see where Zapruder was standing in relation to the grassy knoll. It is more for the curiosity seekers and history buffs. It does address all the theories. overall, a good visit and worth it... but only once.

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