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    John Fitzgerald Kennedy

    National Historic Site Massachusetts

Fees & Reservations

Admission is free to all programs and park areas at the John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site. We do not sell the Annual Pass, Senior Pass, Military Pass or Access Pass. We apologize for any inconvenience. The nearest parks that sell these passes are: Adams National Historical Park (Quincy) and Lowell National Historical Park (Lowell).

Due to the small size of the house museum, tours are limited to nine visitors. Reservations are recommended for groups of five or more and are required for groups of nine or more. Groups larger than nine will be divided into smaller groups; large groups should allow 1-2 hours to tour the site. One adult is required to accompany every nine visitors under the age of 17. Please call the site at 617-566-7937 or email us to make a reservation.

A park ranger speaks in front of a gray house, the John F. Kennedy National Historic Site. A flag is behind her; a diverse group of people are listening.

Did You Know?

John F. Kennedy at six months old.

The United States declared war against Germany on April 6, 1917. One week later the Boston Red Sox beat the New York Yankees 10-2 on opening day in New York. The next month, on May 29 at 3:00 in the afternoon, John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born in the family’s Brookline home.