- Historic Sites
Lyndon Baines Johnson Library And Museum
The library dedicated to the former president comprises the life and public career of Lyndon Baines Johnson.
Six decades of American history frame the life of Lyndon Johnson in the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum: boyhood in Central Texas, teacher, courtship of a young lady from East Texas, Congressman, Senator, Vice President, President. The main exhibit features the turbulent Sixties: War on Poverty, Civil Rights, Vietnam, the Great Society. Other exhibits included LBJ's presidential limousine, his Model T, a photographic overview of the White House, a replica of the Johnson-era Oval Office, a gallery of the First Lady, and a life-size, moving and talking figure of LBJ that tells five of his short stories.