2. The Sixth Floor Museum/Texas School Book Depository
Most people will make this poignant visit when they visit Dallas. The Sixth Floor Museum documents the much loved President John F. Kennedy’s assassination and legacy, housing many facts about the tragic day as well as covering the President’s early life and presidential policies.
Each admission comes with a self guided audio tour which makes the visit that much more educational. Even more poignant is to be able to stand at the corner window where those fateful shots had been fired. There is also an award winning gift shop offering a considerable selection of books and films as well as a nice café filled with freshly brewed coffees, teas, pastries and sandwiches.