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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 great society replica of the oval office president johnson jackie kennedy white house his life american history lady bird university of texas campus interactive exhibits special exhibit three floors great exhibits on display well worth the visit
I'm glad we had a moment to visit this LBJ Presidential Library. It is very well designed, historical, impressive displays, real recordings of LBJ's phone conversations. Maybe just an hour is all you need; two hours if you have the time.
The introduction video show says it all. LBJ did more for Civil Rights and diversity than many of our modern Presidents. His bills passed, promoted and enacted changed our nation. This Library is a must see. Reinforcing the good he did.
I was in Austin on business and decided to stop by the LBJ Presidential Library. I was a child in the Vietnam era and now a fan of Lindon B. Johnson. It was some trepidation that I crossed over the threshold. The library was more...More
My wife and I enjoyed a rainy day visit to the LBJ Library on a Monday. Having just visited the LBJ Ranch near Johnson City, Texas, this opportunity certainly filled in several major areas of LBJ’s presidency.
We are from Massachusetts and interested in the...More
The LBJ library is a hidden quiet gem. Even if you are not a history buff you will enjoy a stroll through this quiet and almost cathedral like building. The reproduction of the oval office is really impressive and the period pieces make you feel...More
This is one of my favorite Presidential Libraries. It is organized in chronological order so it was easier for me to understand the historical events in the 60’s. The movie is well documented and at the same time concise.
Staff very attentive and knowledgeable.
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.