• Details

    About

    At the LBJ Presidential Library, visitors have an opportunity to learn about America’s 36th President, Lyndon Johnson, one of our most complex and fascinating leaders. Through innovative, state-of-the art exhibits, the political and personal lives of Lyndon and Lady Bird Johnson come alive. This contemporary experience allows visitors to understand the decisions President Johnson faced and experience his passion for critical issues such as education, civil rights, the environment, health care, and the arts. All aspects of Johnson’s presidency are explored, including the Vietnam War. Visitors can pick up a telephone to hear audio recordings of Johnson as he conducts business–a rare behind-the scenes glimpse inside the White House, found only at the LBJ Library. Enjoy our current exhibit: Lady Bird: Beyond the Wildflowers.

    While exploring the Library’s exhibits, visitors step into a replica of the Oval Office, hear about life in the White House from the President’s daughters, delve into the digital archives to read letters, watch videos, view photos from the Library’s collections, and experience the decade of the Johnson Administration – the turbulent 1960s.

    Tuesdays are half-price. There are nine free admission days. And, anyone with the first, middle, or last name “Lyndon” gets free admission.

    • Martin Luther King Day
    • President's Day
    • Explore UT
    • Juneteenth (June 19)
    • Memorial Day
    • Independence Day (July 4)
    • August 27 (LBJ's Birthday)
    • Austin Museum Day
    • Veterans Day 

    View Map
  • Amenities
    Hotel Details
    Venue Details
    General Property Details
    • Miles to Convention Center: 2.1
    Facility Information
    • Private event space:
    • Event maximum capacity (# ppl): 1000
    • Onsite parking?:
    • Self-park?:
  • Offers