Sit at the Resolute Desk in our full-sized replica of the President's Oval Office.
Opening March 1, the "Path to the Presidency" exhibit explores the history of campaigns and elections in the U.S.
Display items include a World Trade Tower beam, the bullhorn the President used at Ground Zero, and the notes for his impromptu speech.
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Our Photo and Video Galleries are a great way to view a few items from the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
Each ticket admits one visitor into all permanent and special exhibits.
On January 20, 2009, the National Archives and Records Administration was busy finalizing the transfer of millions of Presidential records from the Administration of President George W. Bush into its legal custody. So what is in the Library?
The permanent exhibit explores important issues and events of the Administration of President George W. Bush as framed by four themes: freedom, opportunity, compassion, and responsibility. So what is in the Museum?
The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum released another set of files from its ...
A special exhibit, Past and Present: From A Black Artist's Perspective, February 12-21, 20...
Anne Frank and Human Rights, led by Dallas Holocaust Museum education staff, on Saturday, ...
Anne Frank and Human Rights, led by Dallas Holocaust Museum education staff, on Saturday.
A special exhibit, Past and Present: From A Black Artist's Perspective, will be held at th...
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Opening March 1, 2016, this special exhibit explores the history of campaigns and elections in the United States.
View some of the open Presidential records currently available for research, such as select dates of the Presidential Daily Diary.