The LBJ Presidential Library welcomes visitors from all over the world. We are committed to providing a quality experience for all.

Getting to the Library

Accessible parking spaces are available in visitor lot #38, located directly off Red River Street, with access available to a wheelchair ramp.

From the parking lot, it is approximately 250 feet across the plaza to the building entrance

If you're coming from campus and on the Robert Dedman Drive side of the library, there are two accessible routes. You may take the path north of the library, in front of the Thompson Center, and circle south around the library and to the building entrance.

The second option is to take the path located in between the library and fountain and follow it around the fountain to the east side. There is a ramp that will take you to the plaza level. Once off the ramp, head north to the entrance of the Library.

Inside the Library

Service animals on a leash and under their owner's control are welcome inside the library.

Wheelchairs are available at the admissions desk free of charge. Motorized wheelchairs are permitted.

Wheelchair-accessible restrooms, situated near a water fountain, are located on the second floor.

Elevators are located in our central lobby and make every exhibition easily accessible.

Lightweight, portable gallery stools are located outside of the elevators on the third and fourth floors. There are also designated seating areas throughout the exhibition spaces on the third, fourth, and 10th floors.

Video presentations are open captioned.

For exhibitions with audio and no video, printed booklets with transcripts are available at the admissions and visitor services desks.

Our interactive tables, located within the exhibitions, feature certain enhancements such as adjusted screen positions and high contrast colors.

Need additional assistance? With at least two weeks' notice, American Sign Language interpreters can be provided. With at least one week's notice, a tour docent can be provided to escort visitors who are blind or have low vision. Escorts may accompany visitors with disabilities at no charge. For more information, please contact us at

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Friends of the LBJ Library

When you become a member of the Friends of the LBJ Library, you'll be making an important contribution to the library's mission -- and to our community. You will also get special access to events.