Birthplace of John F. Kennedy

BOSTON/ Hyannis Port November 14th to 17th 2013
John F. Kennedy National Historic Site, 83 Beals Street, Brookline, MA 02446

This was the first house the parents of the President, Joseph P. and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, had lived in together, and it represents the social and political beginnings of one of the most prominent families of the nation. In the year 1966, after the death of President Kennedy, the family purchased the house as a memorial and restored it under the attendance of Rose Kennedy’s "aim and hope to give this home to the American people as a present, so that future generations can visit it…and get a better understanding of the history of this wonderful country."

In order to capture and save the memories of Mrs. Kennedy of that age, the National Park Service has produced an audiotape tour of the birthplace, in which the President’s mother describes the family life and tells personal anecdotes, conveying the spirit and the mood of this place. This taped description is a popular aspect of the commented tour and has been translated into several languages.

The John F. Kennedy National Historic Site is administrated by the National Park Service in the United States Department of the Interior.

Massachusetts State House, Boston

Beacon and Park St, Boston, MA 01233, United States of America

The Massachusetts State House, also known as the Massachusetts Statehouse or the "New" State House, is the state capitol and house of government of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, located in the Beacon Hill neighborhood of Boston. The building houses the Massachusetts General Court (state legislature) and the offices of the Governor of Massachusetts.

JFK-Library & Museum

Columbia Point, Boston, MA 02125

The John F. Kennedy Library and the museum are the official memorials of President Kennedy. It is an architectural masterpiece designed by I.M. Pei. The Kennedy Museum provides you a so-called "You Are There" insight into the White House at the Kennedy-era. From the JFK Museum you have a fantastic view on the Boston skyline and the port islands. The exhibition gives a great overview over America’s challenges in the 1960’s. You can find everything there – even a piece of the moon and the Berlin Wall.