Museum, archives, and educational programming pertaining to Lyndon B. Johnson's years at Southwest Texas State Teacher's College in San Marcos, as well as his teaching experience in Cotulla, Texas, and how these exposures impacted his later legislation in civil rights and education.
The museum, 131 N Guadalupe St., will be opened 11:00 am to 5 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Special tours can be arranged outside of scheduled hours. , museum director Scott Jordan said. Admission to the museum is free. For information, contact museum manager Debby Butler at (512) 353- 3300 or email him at Debby@LBJMuseum.com