• Dining Room

    John Fitzgerald Kennedy

    National Historic Site Massachusetts

Virtual Tour

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Joel Veak.  Courtesy of NPS, John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Histoirc Site. 
 

"There on the stove you see the bean pot. We always ate Boston baked beans on Saturday night. Warmed over for Sunday morning breakfast they were perfectly delicious with brown bread. Everyone had their special recipe for Boston baked beans and piccalilli which was usually served with them."

- Mrs. Rose Kennedy, audio tour of John F. Kennedy National Historic Site

Did You Know?

Cars on Beals street

In 1914, the Kennedy home was the last house on tree-lined Beals Street. While houses later occupied the fields around the Kennedy’s property, many of the trees that lined Beals Street during Jack Kennedy’s childhood -including the tree in front of the house- have soared to a height of 75 feet.