The John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum is thankful to Travel + Leisure magazine for including the Museum in the Hyannis Port section of the the July 28, 2020 article titled

Jackie Kennedy may have been known for captivating the world as both a fashion and cultural icon, but when it comes to travel, it’s easier to follow in her footsteps than one might think. The places the former first lady chose to spend her summers don’t even require a passport.

Despite the swarm of press and fans vying to get a glimpse of Jackie and her famous family, she was a private person and enjoyed time with loved ones at their secluded estates — although she was known to occasionally step out to restaurants around New York City, Newport, and Boston.

Born into a wealthy family as Jacqueline Bouvier, she grew up in multiple homes throughout the Northeast. Her reach only expanded when she married then-Massachusetts Sen. John F. Kennedy.

In honor of what would be her 91st birthday, here are the locations where Jackie spent many of her life’s milestones.

The Hamptons, New York

Newport, Rhode Island

Hyannis Port, Massachusetts

New York City

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