The Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum is one of thirteen presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. The Library houses 45 million pages of historical documents which include the papers from the entire public career of Lyndon Baines Johnson and also from those of his close associates. These papers and the vast administrative files from the presidency are used primarily by scholars.
The museum provides year-round public viewing of its permanant historical and cultural exhibits. Special activities and exhibits are sponsored privately by the Friends of the LBJ Library and its parent organization, the LBJ Foundation. The Library is situated on a 30-acre site on The University of Texas campus in Austin, TX. The building is on a promontory-like plaza adjoining the Sid Richardson Hall and the LBJ School of Public Affairs.
2313 Red River Street (map)
Monday-Sunday: 9am - 5pm
Adults - $8, Seniors - $5, Children 13-17 - $3. Free admission to Friends of the LBJ Library and Future Forum members, children 12 and under, active military, UT students, faculty, staff and administrators with valid ID.