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    John Fitzgerald Kennedy

    National Historic Site Massachusetts

Fees & Reservations

Fees
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).

Reservations
During the winter, reservations are required. The site is CLOSED for the winter season and will reopen in May 2014. Guided tours are offered by appointment only Monday through Friday. Please make your reservation request at least two weeks in advance by calling the site at 617-566-7937 or email us.


 
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.
NPS

Did You Know?

John F. Kennedy's childhood adventure books.

As a child, Jack was sick a lot. He escaped his sick-bed by reading adventure books. Through reading, he developed a vivid imagination that he drew on as president to create the Peace Corps, launch the space race, & mold a sweeping Civil Rights Bill. As president, how would you use YOUR imagination?