Sixth Floor Museum

The Sixth Floor of the Texas School Book Depository, from where Lee Harvey Oswald shot and killed President John F. Kennedy, has been repurposed into a museum that examines the life, death, and conspiracies surrounding these two figures in American history. The main exhibit is an immersive account of the timeline, incorporating images, artifacts, video clips, and first-hand accounts of the fateful days surrounding JFK’s assassination.

The Dallas County Administration Building occupies the remainder of the site, which overlooks Dealey Plaza, where Kennedy was struck with the fatal bullet.