A tour that delves into one of the most intriguing mysteries of our time; the history-changing assassination of President John F. Kennedy. This excursion appeals to anyone who has even a passing interest in one of the twentieth century’s most noteworthy tragedies.
Most people are familiar with the Sixth Floor Museum (the site from which Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly fired the deadly shots), but there are many other places around Dallas associated with the assassination that are just as important. Most of these are completely unknown to the casual observer and are unmarked as to their role in the event, but they are vitally important to understanding what happened that day.
Our group will follow the “trail” of the assassination events. You will be fascinated and captivated with spellbinding details and background of the events leading to November 22 and beyond, providing new insight into this tragic, very human drama.
Your tour will be escorted by a JFK historian who possesses an enormous command of the details of that November weekend. He is thoroughly conversant with the personalities and circumstances which shaped the entire episode. Under his direction, this tour will address the full sequence of events that this historic day in Dallas which forever changed the history of the nation and the world.
Those alive in 1963 will learn facts and see places associated with the assassination they most probably have never encountered or heard of. For those younger, the tour will explain the complete scenario in a way that will clarify exactly what transpired that day.
Tour includes access to the Oswald Rooming House and a self-guided tour equipped with headsets of the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza.
Points of Interest
- John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza
- Greyhound Bus Station
- Dallas Morning News Headquarters
- Police Headquarters, City Jail
- Trace Motorcade Route through Dallas
- 6th Floor Museum
- Dealey Plaza
- Grassy Knoll
- Oswald Rooming House Museums (Exclusive Access)
- Nelly House
- Site of Officer J. D. Tippit's assassination
- Texas Theatre
- Bishop Arts District / Oswald Mural