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Get a good sense of President Johnson's character, intellect, and impact on the country at LBJ Presidential Library. The library houses millions of pages of historical documents. As you enter the lobby, the first thing you see is the President's limousine. Start from the top floor by walking through a replica of the Oval Office arranged as it was during Johnson's presidency. See a portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt, LBJ's three television sets, and his many books. Look for the desk on which the president signed the Voting Rights Act of 1965. You can also see significant artifacts from the days surrounding the assassination of JFK. Look for a telephone in a corner to listen to conversations concerning this historic event. Ask Inspirock to suggest an itinerary and make planning a trip to Austin fast, fun, and easy.
LBJ Presidential Library reviews
It was great to see his presidential limo, model of the Oval Office, pictures, and information about his life. He really was a remarkable president and got so much gone to support the county.
It was great to see his presidential limo, model of the Oval Office, pictures, and information about his life. He really was a remarkable president and got so much gone to support the county. more »
The LBJ Presidential Library/Museum is worth your time to visit while in Austin. It's located in the middle of the university, just off the highway. It was easy to get to and there was plenty of...
The LBJ Presidential Library/Museum is worth your time to visit while in Austin. It's located in the middle of the university, just off the highway. It was easy to get to and there was plenty of... more »
Very enjoyable afternoon learning about LBJ and Lady Bird. It was nice to spend an afternoon in the air conditioning rather than out in the heat of the day. I wish they would have had easier access to bathroom, had to trek my little one up and down the stairs three times. Highly recommend. Also we just happened to go on a Tuesday and got 50% off admission.
Beautiful space and with scheduled ticket times it’s actually BETTER with the process of pacing and spacing that has developed from pandemic constraints. You’ll learn about LBJ *and* Lady Bird. There was a temporary exhibit upstairs as well, featuring Mohammad Ali. I’d probably suggest you give yourself 90 minutes and my thinking is that children under 8 or 9 might not find enough engaging materials... but !hey! treat yourself to a date with your partner, gather some friends and make it part of a cultural/history exploration day, or for my true Presidential Library Fans... go alone! A few interesting products in the gift shop...
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