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Lyndon B. Johnson State Park & Historic Site, Stonewall

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#26 of 146 in Historic Sites in Texas
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Learn about the United States' 36th president at Lyndon B. Johnson State Park & Historic Site, which also includes exhibits on Texas' past and exciting outdoor recreational activities. Head to the main attraction, the visitor's center, and view memorabilia from President Johnson's life. Attached to the center is a farmstead that recreates rural Texas life from the early 1900s. Tour the farm to see staff in period clothing demonstrating various farm tools and chores. When you're ready to play, choose between swimming, fishing, and hiking. Also visit the park's preserved wildlife herds including Texas longhorn cattle, American bison, and white-tailed deer. By using our Stonewall tour planner, you can arrange your visit to Lyndon B. Johnson State Park & Historic Site and other attractions in Stonewall.
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  • Get here early for the tour...we arrived at 10 am just ahead of two tour busses. The pass to drive the ranch is at the visitor center out here NOT at the center in Johnson City by LBJ's boyhood home. ...  more »
  • Living history farm, information film, wild flowers and get your permit to drive on to the national park.  more »
  • Well worth the trip. Informative and fun. The home tour lets you peek into the Johnson home. Because th property is still a working ranch cattle roam. Also visit the Johnson City Park.  more »
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  • Very nice park with a wealth of history. Our ranger/tour guide was very knowledgeable and interesting. We were told there could be up to an hour wait for the white house tour but we waited only 10 minutes from the time we purchased the ticket until the tour started. We also really enjoyed the working period farm.
  • Nice place to visit on a free day. Pleasant serene peaceful. Nice historic info about LBJ. Bruce waterfront .. open field .. etc. Loved it. Not many other attractions so good enough for couple of hours or so.
  • Love this park. Love that it is totally free and has rangers and volunteers in full 1915 dress working the land just as they did back then. Did I mention FREE? With great nature walks.
  • A surprisingly interesting experience. We visited the various areas of the park on bicycles. Well done and educational.
  • Nice and peaceful park. This place is great for families since the trails are simple and the living farm is great for kids. More experienced hikers or those seeking interesting views will be disappointed. The herd of buffalo is very cool though! Incredibly helpful staff too.