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[LBJ Library photo #DIG13485-004 by Lauren Gerson]

Plan An Event

Presidential Libraries are national treasures—there are only thirteen of them—and we are pleased that the LBJ Library has been enjoyed by many diverse groups.

Since the Library was dedicated by President Johnson on May 22, 1971, it has served as an incomparable venue for events attended by Presidents, First Ladies, foreign heads of state, and other dignitaries and celebrities. On February 3, 2009, we opened the Library to outside guests and have hosted hundreds of dinners, lectures, and receptions for groups of all sizes. Our Events staff looks forward to working with you to make your event just as memorable.

Sincerely,

Mark K. Updegrove
Director
LBJ Presidential Library
 

The LBJ Library currently offers three distinctive venues for private events—The Great Hall, The George and Alice Brown Conference Room, and The Frank C. Erwin, Jr. Atrium. Before contacting our staff, you may find it helpful to review this list of frequently asked questions.

This Application and Permit for Use of Space in Presidential Libraries and Grounds contains further explanation of the library's provisions and responsibilities of the applicant.


Contact Us

Tina Houston 
Deputy Director/Acting Events Coordinator

LBJ Presidential Library
2313 Red River Street
Austin TX 78705
Office: (512) 721-0206
Tina.Houston@nara.gov