LBJ Ranch, the ancestral home of the 36th President, became a place where national decisions were made. Access to the LBJ Ranch is by self-guided vehicle tour. Guests receive a map and CD with narration about each site along the one-way route, including the Junction School, LBJ's birthplace, the...
This park honors the 36th president of the United States. Visitors enjoy historical study, picnicking, nature study, fishing and swimming. The wildlife of the Hill Country is highlighted by enclosures containing buffalo, Texas longhorn cattle and white-tailed deer. The park also is known for its...
Is a working farm that re-creates Hill Country life at the turn of the 20th century. Daily demonstrations (by staff using historical methods and tools) include milking cows, gathering eggs, cooking on a wood-burning stove and tending livestock. Groups of 15 or more should call ahead for reservat...
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