National Park Service - Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park Headquarters
History Was Made in the Texas White
If you're a history buff you'll want to visit the Lyndon B Johnson National Historical Park. You can pick up a pass at the Visitor's Center adjacent to the park. What you'll find? A huge outdoor museum that tells the tale of not only of the man Lyndon Johnson, but also the history of politics in the United States - Lyndon Johnson was the 36th President. As president he spent as much time as possible at his ranch in Stonewall, Texas and many important political figures visited there on official White House business. Hence, the place became known as The Texas White House. You can tour the house with a guide. The rest of the tour is self guided drive through the ranch culminating in a stop at the Johnson family burial plot located under a stand of shady, old, oak trees. Located on Hwy. 290 between Johnson City and Fredericksburg.
By Penny Sadler
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Stonewall, TX 78671, United States