JFK Hyannis Museum Foundation
For those JFK and history buffs who wish to commemorate the former president without splurging can visit the two places dedicated to him. The gift shop has popular souvenirs that visitors can take away to have a piece of Jack’s history without bidding in a big auction.
The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum Foundation has a multimedia exhibit chronicling the days the former president and his family spent on Cape Cod. Various features in the museum highlight the years 1934 to 1963.
John Allen, executive director of the museum, said the store sells a wide variety of items, including pencils, postcards, mugs, and tree ornaments. The most popular item, however, is books. Allen said biographies of JFK, Jackie, and his family are the shop’s best sellers.
Pictured: “The Letters of John F. Kennedy” was released earlier this year and is expected to be in demand at the Hyannis gift shop.