John F Kennedy Hyannis Museum, Hyannis

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Browse through photos, videos, wall displays, and clips from former President John F. Kennedy's final months on Cape Cod at John F Kennedy Hyannis Museum. The museum highlights Kennedy's time with his friends and family at their vacation home, with an exhibit focusing on the summer of 1963 to his assassination on November 22, 1963, and the family's subsequent days on Cape Cod. Housed in the former town hall building, the museum includes a statue titled "What Could Have Been," portraying JFK walking on the beach with his son, plus you'll find the Kennedy family tree. Parking is available behind the museum. Use Inspirock's suggestions to plan your Hyannis trip and find the best activities and attractions for your vacation.
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  • This was an excellent hour and a half. There are some really beautiful and telling pictures displayed here and the information is set out well. It tells the Kennedy story well and with grace. The...  more »
  • quick side trip, It had some great info, its a small building you see a movie and lots of artifacts and pictures.  more »
  • This is a very good place to go down memory lane. Very informational. The pictures inside are awesome. Great videos from the past. Worth the money
  • It's smaller than you might think, bit if a very nice photo homage to JFK and his life. The secondary exhibit to John Jr was very nice also. There is a charge to get in. There is free public parking behind the museum.

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