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Dallas' Most Famous Historical Landmark
The famed and former Texas School Book Depository is a must-visit at least once for any visitor to Dallas. The permanent exhibit creates a portrait of the mood of the country during JFK's presidency up until the time of his assassination. The walk-through culminates in an up-close view of the corner where Lee Harvey Oswald made his perch. Not to be missed.
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Explore the Sixth Floor
The former Texas School Book Depository is the site from which Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated president Kennedy on November 22, 1963. The Sixth Floor Museum now houses a permanent exhibition dedicated to the events surrounding JFK's death, and is much more engrossing and thought provoking than I thought it would be.
Many of the photographs and films on display are particularly gripping.