John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum, Hyannis
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Browse through photos, videos, wall displays, and clips from former President John F. Kennedy's final months on Cape Cod at John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum. The museum highlights Kennedy's time with his friends and family at their vacation home, with an exhibit focusing on the summer of 1963 to his assassination on November 22, 1963, and the family's subsequent days on Cape Cod. Housed in the former town hall building, the museum includes a statue titled "What Could Have Been," portraying JFK walking on the beach with his son, plus you'll find the Kennedy family tree. Parking is available behind the museum. Work out when and for how long to visit John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum and other Hyannis attractions using our handy Hyannis vacation trip planner.
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Well worth the visit even if you aren't born in the USA Learned question a few things about JFK. Really liked the family tree wall. That helped to put it all together.
When traveling to the epicenter of the Kennedy empire, one would expect this attraction to be more than it turned out to be...while it was mildly informative, it hardly seems worth the time and (modes... read more »
I was amazed to learn about JFK and family. The museum was tastefully done and included pictures of JFK and his brothers, and family. The museum was a part of a group tour.
Thorough museum that really goes into the various aspects of the life of John F. Kennedy. Although the museum is a bit dated, it still has a plethora of information and images relating to the life of our President.
Very cool historical site. Everything and more you would want to know about the Kennedys.
Total letdown. I thought there would be artifacts and such. It was all photos and timelines. Not worth the price of admission.
Great place to visit while in Cape Cod. It's small enough where you can get a definitive history on JFK without wasting your entire vacation in one place. Pictures, videos, and other memorabilia really got me to understand the man. The museum also houses the Cape Cod Baseball Hall of Fame in the basement . JFK Musuem is a must if you're on Main Street during your visit to Cape Cod.
Incredibly museum dedicated to the life of JFK and his family
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