Located on Columbia Point right next to the Boston University campus, this museum and library documents the life of John F. Kennedy. It was designed by I. M. Pei, and construction began soon after the president had died. Due to the public emotion following his death, millions of people ended up contributing to the construction of the building.
After many setbacks, it was finally opened in October 1979. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum contains memorabilia such as family photos, and even a film that is narrated by Kennedy himself. There are a lot of permanent exhibits, including a briefing room, the campaign trail, numerous family artifacts, and a part-replica of the Oval Office, making any trip here a fascinating experience.
Address: Columbia Point, Boston, MA 02125, United States
Open hours: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Phone: (617) 514-1600
Architect: I. M. Pei
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