LBJ Museum of San Marcos

Hill Country Trail Region
131 N. Guadalupe Street San Marcos, TX 78667 (512) 353-3300
Website

In 1928, Southwest Texas State Teachers' College (now Texas State University-San Marcos), granted a teaching certificate to Lyndon B. Johnson (LBJ), who worked for a year at a poor Mexican-American school in Cotulla. That experience loomed large during the 1960s when, as president, LBJ signed civil rights, anti-poverty and education laws. The LBJ Museum of San Marcos focuses on LBJ’s college years and the impact of that time on his life. Located in a former movie theater, the museum tells the story through period news clippings, photographs, memorabilia and oral histories.

LBJ Museum of San Marcos

131 N. Guadalupe Street San Marcos, TX 78667

Admission

Free

Hours

Thursday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.