Don’t miss the celebration of JFK100 at the Presidential Library and Museum in Boston
The JFK100 Centennial Celebration at the Presidential Library and Museum in New England is a must-visit this year. This interesting exhibit celebrates the centennial birth of President John F. Kennedy, who was born 29th May 1917 in Brookline Massachusetts. In this blog, our travel expert Leah tells us why this exhibit is a a must-see!
JFK100 – The Exhibit
The special exhibit ‘JFK at 100: Milestones and Mementos’ is now open and runs until May 2018. A visit to the only Presidential Library and Museum in New England is a truly ‘unique to Boston‘ experience and one not to be missed. Immerse yourself in JFK’s time in the White House through re-mastered films of his iconic speeches, HD large screen projections and interactive displays alongside original artifacts.
JFK was elected President of the United States on the 8th of November 1960, and the rest, as they say, is History!
JFK100 Exhibit Location
The Library overlooks Boston and the Harbour Islands and is located on the waterfront park. Located just off I-93 in Boston. Getting there from downtown Boston – by public transportation you can take the MBTA Red Line (the T) to the JFK/UMass stop and then a free shuttle to the Museum. By car, take I-93 South to Exit 15 and follow the signs for the JFK Library.
- The exhibit is open daily from 9a.m to 5pm.
- Parking is free.
JFK100 Exhibit Pricing
- Entrance to the Library is free as part of the Go Boston card. If you purchase a Boston CityPass you can avail of a 50% discount on the entrance which is available up to 31 Mar 2018.