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JFK's Childhood House Open for Tours on November 25

The National Parks Service is hosting a tour of the boyhood house of JFK this month.

John F. Kennedy’s childhood home at 83 Beals Street will be open for tours on November 25, marking the 49th anniversary of the national day of mourning, following his assassination, according to The Boston Herald.

The Town of Brookline placed a memorial in front of the home following President Kennedy’s death in 1963 and gifted the house to the National Parks Service in 1969.

The National Park Service will host tours, including Kennedy Family furnishings and photographs.

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