Permanent Exhibit:

Lyndon Johnson: Texas Legend, Texas Legacy

We currently have in our exhibit area approximately 150 items, including early photographs, local news clippings, a book collection, copies of the Pedagog from the 1920s, campaign and presidential memorabilia, paintings and renderings, miniature statues of LBJ by artists Larry Ludtke and Jimilu Mason, a Great Society speech and comic book, a sample voting machine (ca. 1930), a collection of pens used to sign some of the most important legislation of our times (for example, the Higher Education Act of 1965), and various artifacts (including a hat and a spittoon). (Original exhibit design by Dusty Vaught. Additions and Enhancements by Scott Jordan.)
Outreach Exhibits:
Traveling Trunk:
Loaded with authentic artifacts and available for traveling to your school, organization, or event!

Tanger Outlet Exhibit:
We have a community outreach exhibit inside the Tanger Outlet Center, located at 4015 South I-35, San Marcos TX.

Temporary Exhibits:
LBJ Country: Through the Camera Lens of Norman Dietel
Past Exhibits:
The Sixties: Aug 7, 2009 – Nov 30, 2009
A Tejano Son of Texas: Sep 16, 2009 – Oct. 24, 2009
Texas State University LBJ Centennial Oral History Project: Aug 27, 2008 – Sep. 13, 2009
Lyndon B. Johnson in Cotulla, 1928-29: Mar 5 – Jul 31, 2009
LBJ on the Election Trail: Oct 11, 2008 – Feb 28, 2009
Return to the 30s and 40s: May 17 – Aug 31, 2008
First Lady Doll Collection: February 18 – March 31, 2008
Hernandez Middle School Poetry and Poster Display: November 11 – 18, 2007
For more information on our permanent, temporary, and outreach exhibits, contact:
LBJ Museum
P.O.Box 3
San Marcos, TX 78667