JFK Library Museum reopens

Published Oct. 31, 1993|Updated Oct. 10, 2005

Born too late to remember JFK? Introducing President Kennedy to the generations who came after him is one of the aims of the newly redesigned John F. Kennedy Library Museum, which reopened Oct. 23 in Boston.

Dramatic new exhibits with videos, artifacts and photos let visitors experience his "life, legacy and leadership" firsthand, telling the story from the winning of the Democratic presidential nomination, through the campaign and into the Oval Office.

The museum also is newly accessible for people with disabilities. Admission to the museum, at Columbia Point overlooking Boston Harbor, is $6 for adults, $4 for those 65 and over, $2 for ages 6 to 15. Call (617) 929-4523.