JFK National Historic Site
The birthplace of John Fitzgerald Kennedy looks more residential than presidential, but still holds many ties to the country's 35th commander in chief. It's now in the condition in which you would have found it when JFK was born in 1917, thanks to a restoration undertaken by the President's mother after his death. JFK lived in the Brookline house for 10 years before his family moved to New York City.
- Fax: 617-730-9884
- Hours: May - Sept, 10am - 4:30pm; Oct - April, closed
- Parking: On-street: free
- Services: Gift shop, Ranger, Restrooms, Tours
- Permit requirements: Museum fee: $3 for adults, free for children under 18
- Wi-Fi: None