The LBJ ranch is really the property to see. You can drive a large circle around the property and there are pull-out places where you can read the informational markers. Once at the ranch there is a $3/per person fee to tour the ranch house. Our tour guide was very personable and she drew from a wealth of information about the family and life on the ranch, and she was able to answer every question asked of her. Very good guide! You're taken through the rooms on the main floor, which include LBJ's office, the kitchen, dining room, living room, front sitting room and his/her bedroom suites. The upstairs is not open to the public because it is not handicapped accessible. You can also see the Air Force One small jet that LBJ used to fly from Washington, D.C. to the ranch. The home is not pretentious at all and you definitely get the sense a family lived there. Because the property remained in the family 99% of the furnishings are original. You really get the sense of who they were as a family. The cemetery is on the ranch property as well.
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