EVENTS & EXHIBITS

The Museum presents programs, events and special exhibits that allow visitors to explore specific aspects of the history of the Kennedy presidency and assassination, providing deeper engagement with personal stories and experiences, as well as the Museum’s collections.

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Blue Star Museum

As part of Blue Star Museums, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza will offer free admission to active duty military personnel and their families this summer from Armed Forces Day, May 21, 2022, through Labor Day, September 5, 2022. Blue Star Museums is a collaboration among the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star … Continued

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Special Performance

The Museum is pleased to present, Different Trains. A two-night concert event cosponsored by the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and EMERGE Coalition.

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Special Student Exhibition

Designing History is the culmination of a year-long partnership between the Museum and Dallas ISD’s Career Institute East Interior Design program, which serves students from six different high schools in east Dallas.

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Special Installation: FRAGMENTS

Fragments presents architectural elements from the historic Texas School Book Depository building that explore the building’s 120-year history.

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THE SIXTH FLOOR

The sixth floor of the Texas School Book Depository was the primary crime scene for the assassination. Visitors will see historic images, news footage, artifacts and original evidentiary areas.

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PAST PROGRAMS

The Museum presents programs for visitors to explore specific aspects of the history of the Kennedy presidency and assassination, providing deeper engagement with personal stories and experiences.

 

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EXHIBITS

Our exhibits explore the life, assassination, and legacy of JFK within the context of 1960s history and culture. This rich multi-media experience encourages cross-generation communication—fostering interest, knowledge and understanding.

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The main exhibit, John F. Kennedy and the Memory of a Nation, is on the sixth floor. Special exhibits and public programs are presented on the seventh floor.