John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site, Massachusetts Camping & Hiking

John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site, Massachusetts Camping & Hiking

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Directions

By Subway: Take Green line (“C” -Cleveland Circle) trolley to Coolidge Corner stop. Walk four blocks north on Harvard Street, turn right on Beals Street and continue to number 83. By Car: From Exit 18 (I-90 E) or Exit 20 (1-90 W) follow the Allston/Brighton exit ramp, merge onto Cambridge Street and go one mile. At the fourth light, turn left on Harvard Street and proceed about one mile. Turn left on Beals Street and go to number 83. Limited Street Parking available.

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(617) 566-7937

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As a boy, JFK™s parents never expected he would grow up to be president. Yet in his birthplace home he learned values that inspired a life in public service. His mother, Rose Kennedy, recreated her family™s first home to share her memories of those early years with visitors. We commemorate not only his early life, but the ideas and principles he left behind.

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