November 22nd is the 50th anniversary of the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy in downtown Dallas, Tx.
There will be a Ceremony at Dealy Plaza to remember it, a panel discussion with witnesses, concerts, art shows and a day of service where volunteer officials and students will have a ceremony in honor of President Kennedy and also plant trees and roses in memory of his wife Jacqueline Kennedy.
One of the must-sees when you arrive in Dallas is The Sixth Floor Museum, the old school textbook depot, keeping intact the spot from which Lee Harvey Oswald shot JKF in his parade through the City that fateful November 22, 1963. The museum tells of the life, legacy and death of President John F. Kennedy.
The museum is right in front of the place where JKF was shot, in the Dealy Plaza, when you arrive you will find masked vendors who tell you the story and sell you copy of the newspapers and photos of that day, in which for this fact they named Dallas "The City of Hate ", The City of Hate…
The Sixth Floor Museum exhibition includes historical films, photographs, artifacts and documents about events related to the murder, investigations and historic legacy of this national tragedy.
You can buy your tickets online here, they also have a tour for you to walk through Dealey Square and the Museum and while listening to the history on your cell phone, also audio guides in different idyllics, including Spanish.
Visit facebook.com/SixthFloorMuseum for more details on the museum and the 50th Anniversary events.