Lyndon Baines Johnson Library announces new exhibits after renovation

On Saturday, December 22, 2012, the LBJ Presidential Library will unveil innovative, state-of-the art exhibits giving visitors a contemporary experience relating to one of the most significant presidents and eras in our country’s history. Following a massive yearlong renovation, new exhibits have been installed on the three public floors of the Library. By incorporating the latest technology and interactive elements used in museums today, the Library has a completely new look and feel.

New features of the LBJ Presidential Library include:

A downloadable app and handheld guide which give visitors the choice of several different tours, including a tour in Spanish

Unprecedented access to private telephone conversations of the President

An interactive Vietnam War exhibit where visitors experience elements of the President’s decision-making process

The ability to join the conversation through social media as visitors tour exhibits

An interactive look at how legislation passed under LBJ affects visitors today

New theaters and films on President Johnson, civil rights, LBJ’s legacy, and the First Family

The Library is open daily from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (except Christmas Day). For more information about the Library, please visit www.lbjlibrary.org

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