The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, through exhibits and programming presented within the former Texas School Book Depository building. The main exhibit, JFK and the Memory of a Nation, is on the 6th floor. Temporary exhibits and public programs are presented on the 7th floor. While visiting, stop by the Museum Stores + Café.
The Sixth Floor Museum is located on the sixth and seventh floors of an early 20th-century warehouse at Dealey Plaza in 1963, which is one of Dallas’ best museums and most popular attractions. Since its opening day on Presidents Day 1989, the Museum has welcomed more than 6 million tourists from around the world. People of all ages come here to seek information and understand about the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and much interesting information that they want.
The Museum at Dealey Plaza records the assassination and heritage of President John F. Kennedy; understands and supports the Dealey Plaza National Historical milestone District and the John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza, and presents modern culture within the perspective of presidential past. So if you want to know more about the life, death, and legacy of President John F. Kennedy then this is the place for you. With the help of artifacts, photographs, documentary movies, main evidentiary areas, eyewitness accounts and interactive educational programs offered on both the sixth and seventh floors all assist in providing an insight into the life & death of President John F. Kennedy. Get to discover the history through one of the world’s most important repositories of original photographs, film and tape footage, documents and artifacts all connected to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy—a repeatedly growing, versatile collection of approximately 35,000 stuff all depicting the past history.
411 Elm at Houston St.,
Dallas TX, 75202
Tuesday-Sunday 10 am – 6 pm; Monday 12 pm – 6 pm. Admission charged.