• Dining Room

    John Fitzgerald Kennedy

    National Historic Site Massachusetts


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Learn more about the unique places John F. Kennedy called home during his boyhood in the Cultural Landscape Report. Completed in 2013, this new report details the history of the greater Brookline area landscapes with a special focus on 83 Beal Street, the president's birthplace. Brookline's function as a streetcar suburb is described in detail, as well as new research on the home's transition from private residence to National Historic Site. Highlights of the report include detailed neighborhood maps showing changes in street design and structures over time as well many never before seen photographs of 83 Beals Street from 1914 to the present day. Click here to download a pdf of the report.

Did You Know?

Trolley stop at Coolidge Corner - these trolleys still run along the same lines that the Kennedy family rode into downtown Boston.

Boston's trolleys, trains, & ferries are part of one of the oldest transit systems in the country, and are collectively known as the “T”. Trolley lines run along the same routes that the Kennedy family rode into downtown Boston. You can follow their journey during your visit to Boston.