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JFK Library and Museum Parking

220 William T Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA, 02125

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185 Sydney St. - Right Spot Only
22 min(1.0 mi)

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28 Sumner St. - Spot #5, 6, 7 or 8 Only
30 min(1.3 mi)

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14 Batchelder St.- Garage Spot
39 min(1.7 mi)

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522 E 7th St. - Personal Spot #B6
40 min(1.8 mi)

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Parking Rates Near JFK Library and Museum

Parking TypeSpotHero Average Rental Price
Commuter Parking$30 - $30
Weekend Parking$30 - $30
Event Parking$30 - $30

Parking Near JFK Library and Museum

Learn about the life and legacy of the 35th president of the United States and Massachusetts native, John F. Kennedy, in his Presidential Library and Museum in Boston that's dedicated to the great American's memory. Known for his groundbreaking policies and, unfortunately, his assassination in 1963, this forward-thinking president had a lasting effect on politics. At the Library and Museum, you'll find the massive 164,000-square-foot building dedicated to the former president that first opened in 1979. Enjoy a tour of the museum that includes highlights from the Kennedy Administration including the first televised debate, doodles from his notes during the Cuban Missile Crisis meetings, Jacqueline Kennedy's hand-painted closet doors, and a piece of the Berlin Wall.

At the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, you'll be able to see moon rocks, Jacqueline Kenney's spectacular wardrobe pieces, gifts from heads of state to the president, sculptures and painting of Kennedy, handmade artifacts, and a digital archive collection, among other attractions. Peruse information about Kennedy's inauguration, the Peace Corps created by Kennedy, the civil rights movement, and multiple exhibits about the vastly expanded space program under Kennedy's administration. Explore Jacqueline Kennedy's early life and see items originally housed in the oval office. Check out the vast array of written and recorded materials available about Kennedy's presidency in the archives of the library.

After your visit to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, be sure to enjoy the day by heading out to the nearby New England Aquarium or taking a stroll along Boston's Harborwalk. Visit the USS Constitution Museum to enjoy a bit more history by taking a tour of the oldest commissioned naval ship that's still afloat or head over to Marine Park for a seaside picnic.

While you can get to the library and museum via public transportation, if you plan to drive, ensure you have somewhere to park when you get there by using SpotHero to reserve parking on the day of your visit. Remember, parking in the Waterfront area is very limited, and SpotHero will help you avoid having to search for a spot when you arrive.


Does the JFK Library & Museum offer parking?

Yes, parking for visitors is free but space is limited. Parking in Columbia Point is also pretty hard to come by, so your best bet is to reserve a space through SpotHero prior to your visit.

Can I book a spot for the entire day through SpotHero?

Yes, you can book a spot for the whole day or just a few hours through SpotHero.

Does SpotHero allow for parking oversize vehicles?

Yes, SpotHero works with garages in the area that provide parking spaces large enough for vehicles including SUVs.

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