The Library and Museum is located at Columbia Point in Boston, Massachusetts and open 7 days per week from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. It is closed New YearÂs, Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. The Research Room is open 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. by appointment only and is closed on weekends and federal holidays.
Museum Admission Cost:
Adults are admitted for $10, seniors and students (with valid college ID) $8.00, ages 13 Â 17 is $7.00, children 12 and under are FREE. Group visits of 12 or more are eligible for group visit discount with advance reservations. Students in grades K Â 12 from New England Schools on an educational group tour are eligible for free admission.
Public transportation to the Library and Museum is easily accessed. The MBTA Rapid Transit, Red Line to JFK/UMASS station is available for transportation to the Library and Museum. There is also a free shuttle bus every 20 minutes beginning at 8:00 a.m. and running until Museum closing (take the buses marked ÂJFK.Â
A large parking lot is right outside the museum doors and is free for Museum visitors. Free motor coach parking is available.
The cafÃ© serves light meals and beverages from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. daily. It is located on the entrance level and has a maximum capacity of 45.
Wheelchairs are available at the Visitor Admission Desk, first come, first served basis. Video presentations in the Museum are captioned for hearing-impaired visitors. With advance notice, American Sign Language interpretation is available. Please follow the link in the resource box at the end of this article for more contact information regarding accessibility.
Tickets cannot be purchased in advance. Tickets for general admission may be purchased on arrival and is valid on the day of your visit only.
There is no coat check service. A public coat rack can be used for coats and jackets. There is no place for bags or luggage. Bags must be carried at all times. Strollers are permitted.
Guided tours are available on a limited basis for school groups scheduled from September to June. The Group Visits department arranges the tour.
For international visitors to the Museum, there are informational brochures printed in ten different languages. They are:
Jobs, Internships and Volunteers
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation offer numerous opportunities for employment, internships, and volunteering.
Volunteer positions include:
Â Information desk volunteers to greet and assist visitors
Â Docents lead tours, give gallery talks and conduct hands-on gallery activities
Continued in Part 2
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What to wear to a History museum trip?
So tomorrow my History class are going to a museum in London to see a WW1 exhibit, exciting! *rolls eyes* Anyway, the thing is, I joined my class late, and so far no one has spoken to me, as my usual college attire is jeans and a big hoodie, and that is what has become my identity.
So tomorrow I want to look really trendy like a model, but I dont want to look overdone, what do I wear? I have dark brunette hair and green eyes if that helps. Thanks!
okay trendy model but not over done got it..
def. a fitted blazer with a plain v neck underneath so its not over done and dark skinny jeans with cute flats or flat b oots or if you want to punch it up booties ! def. layer long necklaces that so hott and in like chains express is great and the for the blazer i got two super cute blazers at macys the brand is Rampage just a little eye liner and with your hair just straighten it part it or whatever and tease it a little in the back and flip the ends out a little with a big curling iron to make it look like a blow out
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