My kids and toured the working farm and LBJ ranch. It's a driving tour, with several stops. You can get a CD that tells you about what you are seeing. The historic working farm has cows, pigs, and chickens, as well as a garden. When we were there, they had just cooked a meal in the kitchen. The kids could feel how hot the kitchen was and also saw pans of milk from the cows, one that was fresh and one that was curdled (yogurt-like). After the farm we drove through the ranch. It's a pretty drive, that includes stops at the one-room school house were LBJ attended, a replica of the house he was born in, the cemetary where he and Lady Bird (as well as other people) are burried, the airstrip and jet that he flew on, several cars, and the "Texas white house." The house has been restored to the 60's decor. It is not that fancy or huge, but it was interesting to see how there were phones and tvs (the kind with onlly 13 channels) everwhere. Since I was a child at the time that LBJ was vice president and president, it was neat to see all that old stuff, though it now seems rather tacky!