1-844-782-9397
214-324-1652
 
calendar calendar  

Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District

Dealey Plaza National Historic Landmark District

Located in the West End District, Dallas, Texas, Dealey Plaza gives the memories of the tragic assassination of J F Kennedy in 1963. Named after the Civic leader George B Dealey and completed in 1940, it neighbors the monument erected in remembrance of J F Kennedy. Currently, the site is the most frequented by visitors in the city with the site attracting international recognition after the assassination that occurred a few yards away.

Other than being the landmark that gives Dallas the identity, its home to a museum that offers recounts of Kennedy’s life, legacy and death through sight and sound collections. Often, visitors honor the place by placing flowers, flags and mementos during the anniversary month of the assassination. It explains why the landmark was designated a National Historic site in 1993 to commemorate American Political History.

At the Texas school of the book depository, you cannot afford to miss the interesting conspiracy theorists, but be ready to purchase a few products from the crew. When it comes to visiting the plaza, just prepare to part with $13 to $16 based on the age of the visiting groups. Nevertheless, children under the age of 5 years enjoy free admission.

The museum offers an automatic ticket entry system with the operating hours taking most of the day time. For the public programs, the tickets are valid for the particular date and time with no refunds or exchanges offered after subscription. You can enjoy a family day at groups rates offered on special events. You can lodge at some of the five-star hotels in Dallas Texas as the site is just 6.9 miles away.