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474fred wrote a review Jun 2020
Milwaukee, Wisconsin69 contributions19 helpful votes
The library is very well done with a balanced portrail of his presidency, both the good and the bad. Exhibits are easy to read. Was a little confused by Motown exhibit and its relevance but it does lighten the atmosphere as the public can sign along if they so wish.
Date of experience: July 2019
Mike A wrote a review May 2020
30 contributions4 helpful votes
I had never been to a presidential library before, and so went in to see the place with out of town guests. If you are a history buff, you'll enjoy this. If you are a fan of learning more about LBJ the man, the legend, this place is worth a stop. I was most surprised at the…
Date of experience: June 2019
TravelinSuz wrote a review Apr 2020
Chandler, Arizona843 contributions241 helpful votes
This turned out to be way more interesting than I expected. All the bills he passed that benefitted middle class and poor. He was more of a character than I learned in school too. Highly recommend this place.
Date of experience: May 2019
Jeff R wrote a review Mar 2020
Sacramento, California943 contributions184 helpful votes
While visiting Austin we decided to visit the LBJ Library located there. I wasn't sure what to expect, this being my first presidential library visit, and approached tentatively. I was pleasantly surprised. The library is full of interesting, historical information that is…
Date of experience: November 2019
F_and_D4321 wrote a review Mar 2020
Williamsburg, Virginia90 contributions18 helpful votes
The exhibits at this library address the two great challenges that LBJ inherited: domestic inequity and Viet Nam. The failures of the latter tend to overshadow the monumental successes of the Great Society. It's good to be reminded of both.
Date of experience: March 2020