A really good eye opener into the lives of the kennedys and where it all began for JFK. Excellent tour guide who knew the answers to all of our questions!
This place is small but nicely preserved. This is a good spot to visit along wth the John F. Kennedy Library.
The Kennedy home tour is in Brookline so it didn’t show up in the top things to do in Boston but I wish it would have! It is very easy to get to – take the Green Line T towards Cleveland center and get off at Coolidge. At this point it is a little tricky because it is not marked... More
A short walk from our Bed & Breakfast (The Bertram Inn). The Park Service has done a marvelous job with the home. We thought it was an unexpected treat!
What a wonderful place to go and feel connected to one of the greatest presidents in history!
It was interesting and has special exhibits from time to time that are worth seeing.
We had stayed in Brookline over night and before going downtown we wanted to see JFK's birth house. We knew it was going to be closed (opens May 20) but it was literally around the corner from our B&B so we went anyway. After standing on the house's porch, reading through the pamphlet we had picked up, a very nice... More
Was lovely to see the home in tact. At the time I did the tour, Rose Kennedy's voice was on the speaker as you journeyed throughout the home.
I found the JFK family home to be a pleasant, little surprise precisely because the home is a small, unassuming home down an unassuming yet lovely one-way, tree-lined street in the heart of Brookline's Coolidge Corner. Take the short, informative tour of this Kennedy childhood home and imagine what a typical day must have been like in the household, and... More
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