Watch Bill Brett, Kevin Cullen, Sen. Linda Dorcena Forry, Joyce Linehan, James Brett, Father Jack Ahern, and Barbara Lynch celebrate and examine what it means (and meant) to be Boston Irish.
Mayor Marty Walsh will reflect on his first year in office as mayor of Boston.Register to attend in person or watch the live webcast on April 2 at 6pm. All Kennedy Library Forums are free and open to the public.
On Feb. 26 Mark Shriver, Julian Zelizer, Nicolas Lemann, and Melissa Boteach discussed the legacy of the War on Poverty programs with Scott Stossel, editor of The Atlantic. Watch the video.
Beginning Dec. 31, 2014 through mid-March 2015, we will renovate our main galleries. Forums and Celebrate! Programs will be hosted as scheduled. The Cuban Missile Crisis exhibit, JFK Cafe, and Museum Store will remain open. No admission fee will be charged during this period.
View select photo collections from the Kennedy family and presidency.
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Experience history through the documents, images and artifacts of JFK's Presidency.
Immerse yourself in historical topics ranging from the Cuban Missile Crisis to the moon landing among others.
Give friends and family access to JFK's legacy, to today's newsmakers, and support our work in the process.
View gifts from heads of state, articles of the First Lady's clothing, sculpture, paintings and more.
New app challenges kids to fly to the moon and help people around the world.
The JFK Library houses the world's largest collection of Ernest Hemingway archival materials. Find out why.
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