People tend to check in during these times:
Nice walk through with audio.
Loved it. You have to take this tour to make your visit to Dallas worth it.
✔️ this off my bucket list. What a awesome place.
Great museum. I got to learn a lot about the history.
They did a wonderful job at letting you decide for yourself.
If you want to listen to the entire audio tour and watch the videos, plan to be there for at least 2.5 hours. It was an amazing museum. It held my attention the entire time.
Very moving tribute to JFK and his assassination. Conspiracy theory or nah?
Only takes about an hour and very informative.
Obrigatório para qualquer visitante. Local conservado do ninho do sniper. Asfalto marcado permite ver a trajetória dos tiros
Unfortunately there are no photos allowed on the 6th floor, but it is a fascinating journey into the Kennedy era and the tragedy that shot forth here.
Great audio guide
It's really a strange layout: get there early so there are less people.
Great walk-through of the legacy of JFK.
A very interesting exhibition with an excellent audio guide.
Very well done!
JFK Assassination narrated.. 👍
Loved the museum even if it was rushed !
Love it! Save a few time to know it
a great place to learn the history of JFK
Great museum.. take your time, to see it all.
Now this is something to experience
They give a teacher discount of half off! But you must have proof that you are a teacher.
Lots of history here. Plan on 2-3 hours to take it all in.
Incredible - if this museum doesn't move you, nothing will.
Very interesting and educational! A must see!
These people really love to enforce a "no photography whatsoever on the 6th floor" policy.Which of course is bullshit so ignored it completely and snapped all the photos I wanted. I advise u 2 do also
A must see when you are in Dallas, haunting. If you get the chance, talk to the man outside by the grassy knoll. He was a witness at age 13 when Kennedy was shot.
If you take the brochure "where maps" available at the very entrance of this museum free of charge inside you will find a coupon for a discounted price cover fee
Look down on Elm Street from Oswald's perch at the Sixth Floor Museum.
Did Governor Connally's body block line of sight on Houston Street before the turn onto Elm? Would Oswald have had to stand or lean out to shoot down? or was he just not ready? Elm St is easier.
Do not take the 4PM time slot on a crowded day. The museum closed at 6PM and we were told we had to leave before we had finished.
Love it. A lot of info about JFK
If your ticket is 12:30pm, get into the queue around 12:20pm even if that's the 12:00pm queue. Otherwise, the queue will be longer at 12:30pm.
The 50 year anniversary of the Kennedy assassination. It is an eerie feeling being here.
A fitting and deeply moving tribute to the legacy of President Kennedy. The museum covers the life of JFK and his untimely passing in rich detail. Definitely a place to visit in Dallas.
Malcom Wallace's sniper nest. Lee Harvey's lunchroom
One of the best places to visit in Dallas
Great to know our nations history.
The line was too long. We took the trolly ! 50th year anniversary! Conspiracy theory comments not welcome on this tour. FYI !
Deeply moving and informative. A must-visit location.
No photos allowed... Booo!! :/
Parking is scarce & pricey; it's easy to ride DART light rail to West End station.
We recommend the audio tour, which is narrated by the first man to report from the building in 1963.
Kind of a bummer that you can't take any pictures on the sixth floor but they don't tell you that until after you've bought your tickets. And the "sugar" lady still works there and called me Sugar.
I loved the trip to Dallas but it wouldn't have been complete without this stop. So much information you can make your own conspiracy theory.
Allegedly where lee Harvey shot JFK
It was amazing! I learned a lot definitely recommended if you visit Dallas :-)
Well worth a visit to get a real impression of what happened. Make sure you see the window the shots were fired from.