Dealey Plaza, built 1934-40, serves as Dallas' western gateway and was the focus of civic pride prior to the tragic event that unfolded on Nov. 22, 1963--the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. One of only two extant Presidential assassination sites.
There are three main areas memorializing President Kennedy: Dealey Plaza is the street area where he was assassinated. Park in a nearby area and walk to Dealey Plaza. From there you can walk on down the sidewalk of the street. The Sixth Floor Museum is indoors and has a large display of pictures…
The infamous and iconic site of the JFK assassination. It's free to walk around. If you've never been here, it's worth crossing off your list.