I had been here before in Jan 2004. I brought my wife this time and expected the same bus tour as they had back then. I was surprised that is was a car tour now and they use the CD player in the car to narrate the park. I found out that it had changed since Lady Bird had passed away. When I was there the first time they still had Secret Service around and had ilmitations on what was available. Was also happily surprised to find that the drive through the park was free.
The drive around was very nice and we got to see some beautiful cattle, a deer and some ostriches also. The highlight though was the NPS portion which was the Texas White House. This is the home of the Johnson's up until Lady Bird's passing. The house was restored to 1968 and was very nostalgic. For only $2/person it was well worth the money as it was basically frozen in time from when LBJ passed away. It is still a working ranch and there are also stops the show the way a ranch operates.
Highly recommended for anybody interested in history. If you went before 2007, you should also be pleasantly surprised at how much more of the park is available.
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