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This plaza is an area that the history of the United States Presidency changed forever and started the Kennedy Curse. You can survey the area and see the angle of the window and where the bullet bounced off to the overpass. The area has not...More
This is a must see and do area while you are in Dallas. It gives you a perspective on where Kennedy's car was travelling and turning onto Elm street when he got shot from the depository building. The plaza was erected well before the incident,...More
We moved to Dallas in 1980 and yet never visited the Dealy Plaza even though we’ve driven by several times. Fnallywedecidec to go downtown for lunch and check it out.
What is amazing to us is that it looks like the pictures from 1063 with...More
Once we went to The Sixth Floor, the JFK Museum, we love to go to Dealey Plaza. Just sat near the pool to look around.. people, birds, Mr Dealey statue.. Also, imagine or re create how things happened. It was a relaxing experience.
We visited the Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark (JFK) 22 November 2018 on the 55th Anniversary of his death. A small crowd gathered through out the day leaving flowers and flags and it was quite moving that so many young people visited the site. There...More
Whilst visiting Dallas had to visit this area due to its historical significance.
It is extremely interesting to walk around the area, see significant spots etc and read information plaques.
Would recommend to anyone visiting Dallas.
I was very impressed by the whole thing. The Plaza and the museum were so informative. It made a real difference to see the spaces, and made it very real. Brought many questions up in my own mind. Educational and very sad.