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The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum, also known as the LBJ Presidential Library, is the presidential library and museum of Lyndon Baines Johnson, the 36th President of the United States. It is one of fourteen presidential libraries...more
All reviews vietnam war civil rights president johnson great society replica of the oval office jackie kennedy white house his life american history lady bird interactive exhibits university of texas campus special exhibit three floors great exhibits on display well worth the visit
So glad we spent a few hours here one morning. Could have spent a good half day easy. Really informative museum, with plenty of placards with information, but also numerous videos and audio stations to keep your attention (the recorded LBJ phone calls were great)....More
I was in Austin and decided to stop into the LBJ Presidential Library and was very glad I did. The entire experience was exceptional from the warm welcome and overview of the library provided to when I final left. The museum is well located on...More
My daughter and I had a few hours before our flight and we stopped here to have a look. It was incredible! So much detail and so informative. I left there a fan of Lady Bird Johnson who I did not know much about previously....More
We learned a lot about President Johnson that we didn’t know. Very informative about his social programs, the Vietnam Nam war and was well laid out. This is definitely worth seeing if you are interested in history.
VERY INTERISTING.. Great History Lesson told in fascinating way. Plenty of interactive exibits and videos that told the story of this great man. I always wondered where the gifts given to a president went after they left office... Now I know...
We expected to be there for two hours, stayed 4! And that doesn't include the Gift Shop. What took the longest was maybe the most satisfying-- the tapes of phone conversations between LBJ and many fascinating people.