The main headquarters features a visitor center, bookstore, exhibits and an auditorium that plays films on LBJ and Lady Bird Johnson. Down the street is the home where a young Lyndon Johnson lived. The house includes Johnson family household items and period furniture restored to the 1920 era. Tours of the home are given daily on the half-hour, except during the lunch hour.
One block west, via a nature trail, is the Johnson Settlement, which was owned (1867-72) by the president's grandfather and great-uncle. The rustic 1856 dog-trot cabin, 1880 stone farm buildings, exhibit center and pastures with grazing Texas longhorn cattle reflect its frontier heritage.
Operated by the National Park Service as part of the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park that includes the LBJ Ranch (See STONEWALL ).
Two blocks south of U.S. 290 between Avenues F and G.