We were in Dallas for a week for my wife's college reunion and were not about to pass up this piece of history. Highly informative and educational is what I'd call it. Mixed in is what one might call trivia but it's interesting stuff all the same. Not to be missed if you're in or around Dallas.
I wasn't able to get to this museum until an hour before closing time. The staff were very accommodating and let us know that we would be cutting the audio tour close. The photo displays and social and political settings were done very well and I wish I had had more time to linger at some panels. This is a must see for Dallas visitors and I'm glad I purchased the tickets ahead of time. There were still a couple family groups entering the museum when we did, so having the vouchers saved time. My daughter who only knew of Kennedy from American History classes also found the tour very interesting.
It was a really and informative tour. I would just shorten it up a little. However you are able to skip through some of it by passing over the things that don't interest you during the recorded tour on your headset.