President Kennedy and family in Hyannis Port, 04 August 1962

2018 Presidents' Day Week at the JFK Library

The JFK Library will offer several family-oriented activities and programs throughout Presidents’ Day week, including our signature Presidents’ Day Family Festival featuring presidential storytelling, activities and performances.

NLJFK 93-C52-29: John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, Boston, 15 November 1993

Admission and Museum Information

Here you will find general information pertaining to the Museum at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, including hours, admission rates, directions, parking and more.

Photograph of 1938 Harvard University Football Team

Group Visits

Visit the Museum as part of a group of 12 or more and receive a discount on admission with reservations made at least one week in advance.

John F. Kennedy graduates from Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, June 1940.

School Visits

On weekday mornings during the school year, the Library's Department of Education and Public Programs offers a variety of structured programs for elementary, middle and high school classes visiting the museum.

Docent leading Highlights Tour.

Walk In Visitor Programs

Our Walk In Visitor Programs include Docent-led tours and hands-on educational presentations about JFK's heroic PT-109 adventure.

AR6281-D President and Mrs. Kennedy arrive at National Guard Armory for Inaugural Ball, 20 January 1961.

Host an Event

As part of our mission to celebrate John F. Kennedy's vision, we invite you to share in his legacy of leadership, inspiration and gracious entertaining.

JFKWHP-AR6933-A (crop): First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Holds Silver Pitcher, 5 December 1961

Museum Store

The Museum Store and the Online Store support the mission of the Library and Museum to celebrate President Kennedy’s vision and legacy by promoting learning, discovery and service through educational, research and community programs.