Dealey Plaza Cell Phone Walking Tour

Visit

Plan Your Visit
Facility Rental
Book a School Visit
Book a Group Visit
Dealey Plaza Cell Phone Walking Tour

Image

Visitors may now use their cell phones as a guide through historic Dealey Plaza and other important sites related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Launched by the museum on September 4, 2009, and narrated by museum curator Gary Mack, the Dealey Plaza Cell Phone Walking Tour features more than one dozen stops such as the grassy knoll, John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza, the former Dallas County Jail and the statue of George Bannerman Dealey. The self-paced tour begins at the museum and ends atop the Triple Underpass.

Available for purchase only at The Sixth Floor Museum, the narrated cell phone tour and accompanying map includes a dedicated telephone number. Visitors dial the local Dallas number, and then pick and choose as many stops as they like and in any order. Each stop is easily identified on the map, which uses individual photographs as well as marked stops to guide visitors. The tour takes approximately one hour to complete.

The tour may be purchased for $2.50.