John F. Kennedy (JFK) Library & Museum School & Group Visits
The John F. Kennedy Library and Museum is dedicated to the memory of our nation's thirty-fifth president and to all those who through the art of politics seek a new and better world.
The Library's Department of Education and Public Programs offers a variety of structured programs for elementary, middle and high school classes visiting the museum. These programs are 2½ to 3 hours long, and are limited to 50 students per program. Teachers of grades 6-12 may also elect to bring their group for a self-guided museum visit.
All museum visits by school groups must be scheduled in advance.
Who was John F. Kennedy? (Gr. 4-6)
Presidential Campaigns and Elections (Gr. 4-6)
Equal Rights for All: Investigating the Civil Rights Movement (Gr. 4-6)
Report Card for the President (Gr. 7-8)
Heroes in the Fight for Civil Rights (Gr. 7-8)
Columbia Point, Boston, MA map
From the North:
Route I-93 or Route I-95 south to Boston and onto Southeast Expressway (Route 3/I-93). Take Exit 15, follow signs to the University of Massachusetts and JFK Library.
From the West:
Massachusetts Turnpike (Route I-90) to 'Expressway South' (Route 3/I-93), southbound to Exit 15. Follow signs to the University of Massachusetts and JFK Library.
From the South:
Take I-93N to exit 14. Follow signs to JFK Library, approximately 1/4 mile after exit ramp. JFK Library located next to UMass Boston.
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