We started the tour in Johnson City at the museum and the boyhood home. Museum is small, but pack a lot of information into its displays; the home is one block away and the tours start every half hour. Its a typical turn of the century furnished house, with some stories to go along. Next stop was the ranch 15 miles west of town, started the tour at the schoolhouse, then the birth home, then circled the ranch to the "hanger" which is a display and where you pay to tour the "Texas White House". The house is very 1960ish in its furnishings and decor (which doesn't seem all that old to me, but I'm in my 50's); still its interesting. historic, and very much worth seeing. It was a 100 degree day, so we didn't walk the grounds much, but it seem liked it would be a good thing to do on a spring or autumn day. All in all pretty good, but you leave wishing there was a little more to do or see after driving all the way out there. The staff was nice and friendly even though you know they've seen and said it all before. I recommend it.