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Dallas, Texas: The Sixth Floor Team Field Report

411 Elm St., Dallas, TX
On the western edge of downtown. I-35 exit 428E onto Commerce St., drive east two blocks past the Cenotaph, then turn left onto Market St. Drive two blocks, then turn left onto Elm St. Drive two blocks, cross Houston St, and continue straight on Elm to the parking lot behind the former Texas School Book Depository. From there it's an easy walk to The Sixth Floor and Dealey Plaza.
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The Sixth Floor

Lee Harvey Oswald's POV has been turned into a museum chronicling John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963. From the window you can see the X in the street. Report...

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The Sixth Floor.

The Sixth Floor

You can now take non-flash photos in The Sixth Floor Museum! It's an amazing place. Lots of big panels with pictures and stories of Kennedy's political rise to the presidency, his brief stint as commander-in-chief, and that fateful day in Dallas. No detail is left unturned. The exhibits include the President's table setting for the fundraising luncheon where he never arrived.

[Mike Gassmann, 11/02/2023]
The Sixth Floor

At The Sixth Floor, you can't take pictures on the sixth floor, but you can right above, on the seventh.

[Matt, 08/24/2018]

6th Floor.

The Sixth Floor

Construction is going on at Dealey Plaza for the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination.

[Mike Duffy, 04/19/2013]

Texas School Book Depository 6th floor window.

The Sixth Floor

Very powerful, very moving, especially the corner where the shot was taken, set up as it was that day. No pics allowed on the 6th floor; can take pics with no flash on the 7th floor.

[Tracey, 08/08/2012]

Oh yeah, 7th floor, real interesting, only one floor above the one where you really want to take pictures.

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