The LBJ Museum of San Marcos seeks and attracts motivated individuals and students who desire to learn more about Lyndon Baines Johnson, the 36th President of the United States. Our hands-on approach with tours and on-line materials leave our Museum visitors more confident and experienced about the contributions that President Johnson made toward education, the elimination of poverty, civil rights and voting rights. We encourage you to visit our Museum and our website to learn more about this great American.


Mission Statement

The general purpose for which this corporation is organized is to promote, through the establishment and maintenance of a museum and allied projects, an educational program that will bring about a better understanding and appreciation of the life and times of the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon Baines Johnson. Our primary focus is …


Our History

Following more than nine years of dreaming, planning and work by a broad cross section of community volunteers, the Lyndon Baines Johnson Museum of San Marcos opened its doors on Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2006. Luci Baines Johnson and North Carolina educator Candace Call, who credits her success with her enrollment in Head Start, were the …


Legacy & Endowment

The President’s Texas State University experience was one of lasting influence. He got his start in politics while in college, working behind the scenes to elect candidates to student government positions. He was a member of the school’s debate team and editor …