I can say in no uncertain terms that the best things are always found when your not expecting them and this can be said about the JFK Homestead. We picked up the signs after getting off the 5min Passage East ferry and it wasn't long till we were pulling into the small car park.
When we walked in the door we were charged a small admission fee and a very knowledgeable lady started six of us on a quick introduction of the small museum and a quick look at the family tree. I found the experience fascinating and to imagine that the great man's ancestors came from this small farming community is amazing. Then you watch video footage of him actually drinking a cup of tea and having a bit of cake in the yard and it is mind blowing. I really enjoyed the whole thing and there is definitely a point when your heart feels heavy for the Kennedy family over the years.
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