Creative and engaging, our unique programs advance the Museum's commitment to community outreach, engagement and learning, and empower a diverse audience to understand how and why the past is still relevant.
The Living History Series commemorates the life, death and legacy of President John F. Kennedy with stories from those who witnessed the assassination or other historic events of the early 1960s. The monthly series links the past to the present through firsthand accounts from reporters, law enforcement officials, doctors, and everyday citizens who witnessed or, in some cases, made history.
Watch a preview of the 2015 series on our YouTube page and purchase your tickets online in advance.
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2015 Program Listings
Living History with Elmer Boyd
CSI Family Day
Someone sets a fire at the circus; an ambassador is poisoned at a state dinner….these crimes were solved by kids and their parents at previous CSI Family Days. Become a Crime Scene Investigator and solve a crime by identifying forged documents, reading eyewitness accounts or analyzing fingerprints! The Sixth Floor Museum partners with University of North Texas Forensic Science Program, one of only 14 undergraduate programs in the country that is accredited by the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, to present CSI Family Day 2015. Admission is $5 per person and guests who attend CSI Family Day must hold a General Admission ticket for Sunday, March 15, 2015.