Austin Museum Day
Sep 21, 2014
The LBJ Library will be free and open to the public on Sunday, September 21, 2014 —Austin Museum Day! Visit our exhibits, view new films, and listen to private, history-changing telephone conversations between President Johnson and the most infuential members of his administration—all at no charge. Free parking is available in Lot 38 at Red River and Interstate 35. Plan your visit here.
The Austin Museum Partnership has hosted this free, city-wide rediscovery of Austin museums every year since 1998. It provides families with a unique opportunity to access the city's dynamic museum community, including local exhibits and activities at over 40 participating institutions at no charge to the public.
At the LBJ Library:
Experience the 1960s at the LBJ Library’s exhibit Sixty from the ’60s, featuring icons of that era.
2 p.m. – Enjoy a performance by the Pollyanna Theatre Company, a sneak peek at their new play Liberty! Equality! And Fireworks! Designed for 3-5th graders, historic figures will introduce the audience to the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s.
3 p.m. - Free gelato for each visitor.
Director of Public Programs
LBJ Presidential Library
2313 Red River St.
Austin, TX 78705
Please be aware that LBJ Presidential Library events may be filmed and/or photographed. Your attendance constitutes your authorization for the LBJ Library to use your photograph, voice, or other likeness for purposes related to the Library, including but not limited to marketing and promotion in both print and electronic forms.