This 115 foot glass pavilion at the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum offers a wonderful view of the Boston skyline beyond Dorchester Bay. The building was completed in 1979, nearly 13 years after the president’s assassination. Notice the concrete construction. This material was used in order to maintain the original building budget after nearly a decade of construction delays. See the “U.S. Presidents” gallery on this site for more photos of JFK’s library and museum.