While our physical location is closed, we are excited to offer a selection of both long-form and short-form content for you to explore and learn about President Kennedy's life and legacy.
JFK Library from Home
While the JFK Library and Museum is closed to the public, we will be sending a weekly digest of digital content in hopes of giving you opportunities to learn, be inspired, or find comfort in the days ahead.
The department of education and public programs is dedicated to providing additional support to educators during this difficult time. This weekly resource guide provides "ready resources" including lesson plans, activities, videos, primary sources, and reading material for student and teacher engagement.
Listen to the JFK Library Foundation's podcast, JFK35, where we dig into the archives at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston and interview our colleagues and other experts to get a behind-the-scenes look at JFK’s life and legacy.
The JFK Library Archives blog offers an inside look into the collections and activities of the Kennedy Library Archives: collection openings; digitization projects; research into the lives, careers, and times of JFK, his family, and associates; and archival perspectives on the day-to-day work of this presidential library.
Join us for Kennedy Library Forums - at home! During the coronavirus public health emergency, we will continue to add new virtual programs to foster public discussion on a diverse range of historical, political and cultural topics reflecting the legacy of President and Mrs. Kennedy's White House years.
Whether you've finished all the puzzles in your house, or need to take a break for a few moments, try out these jigsaw puzzles featuring photos from the collections at the JFK Library.
Are you looking for a way to stand out during your next video call? If you’re attending virtual game nights, family meet ups, or work meetings, download a selection of some of our favorite photos of the JFK Library to use as backgrounds.