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We visited the LBJ Ranch and also his home in Johnson City. We started off at the State Park Visitor Center. The video there was informative and the museum gave an interesting overview of the area. The Park Representative gave us free tickets for the...More
The house is currently closed for repairs, but a tour of the grounds is still available. Be sure to see LBJ’s plane and cars. Tours are not offered between 12:00 and 1:00, due to lunch time for the staff. Stop at the state park visitors...More
You can pay your respects to the sociopath criminal scumbag known as LBJ after downing a mountain dew big gulp for some extra urinary volume. Why this cretin is still celebrated is a shame to the country. A disgusting, vile megalomaniac who got away with...More
The LBJ National Historic Park has 2 locations. The 1st is along Hwy 290 between Fredericksburg & Johnson City. This is the location of Johnson’s Texas White House, His boyhood home and home after the Presidentcy. This location is also adjacent to LBJ State Park....More
This is our second time to visit the Lyndon B Johnson State Park. We love driving through. The scenery is beautiful and there are animals everywhere. There are hundreds of deer. Anytime we're in the area we like to drive through and since it's free...More
We love good historic sites. This is a terribly interesting ranch and historic destination. Air Force one-half plane quite cool. Understanding LBJ backstory enlightening. Want to read Robt Caro bios now.
Have toured the ranch previosly and absolutely loved it, especially the tour of the house and the stories they tell. Unfortunately, during our visit in Dec 18, the inside was closed for structual repairs. Call before you go to see if house is open. Tour...More
This park was such a surprise to me. LBJ is probably most well known for his legacy of Vietnam, but the man made huge strides in Education, civil rights, and conservation across this country. My husband and I really enjoyed visiting the visitor center and...More