LBJ Presidential Library
According to Wikipedia, 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. Located in downtown Austin.
Everything about this place transports you back to another time and makes you realize just how much LBJ contributed to this country. It's a great slice of Texas and also has some rotating exhibits that are sure to please no matter what they may be at the time of your visit.
The LBJ library offers an amazing selection of LBJs presidential artifacts and history. Other side exhibits are often shown, such as music history, or art.
“The pink-granite building is the centerpiece of downtown Austin, perched on a hill at 12th Street and Congress Avenue. Free guided tours are held daily, starting in the South Foyer, but brochures are also available on the first floor for self-guided tours. The Texas Legislature meets every two years, so you’ll have to check the schedule if you want to see an actual session in progress.”
“Renaissance to 20th-century American paintings, Latin American art, plus Greek & Roman sculpture.”
“The Texas State History Museum is a really impressive place even if you don't think Texas history is your thing! It also houses an IMAX theatre showing a mix of films including blockbusters and 3D. ”
“Just at the edge of campus. A large and impressive collection of art from around the world. Rotating collections. ”