During his morning briefing, April 2, 2003, President George W. Bush reviews the progress of the war with members of the War Council. (P28531-23A)
News & Events


Find out about the latest news and events, including press releases, related to the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.


24 High School Students Complete Bush Library’s Camp 43

June 22, 2016

SUCCESSFUL CAMP 43 - Bush Library hosted 24 students from DFW high schools at its 3rd annual “Camp 43: Leader of One, Leader of Many.” Learn More

Presidential Libraries in Texas Salute the Military with Free Admission

May 30, 2016

BLUE STAR MUSEUM - Free admission for active duty military, National Guard, Reserves, and their family members from May 30 - Sep. 5, 2016. Learn More

Enjoy the Sunshine in our Native Texas Park!

May 05, 2016

NATIVE TEXAS PARK - Guided, walking tours to see beautiful wildflowers and interesting wildlife. Learn More

“Path to the Presidency” Special Exhibit Hits the Campaign Trail

March 01, 2016

PATH TO THE PRESIDENCY - Fun, interactive special exhibit places visitors in the shoes of a Presidential candidate. Visitors may pose for a campaign poster, deliver an acceptance speech using a telepromoter, practice handshaking with a “Grip-o-Meter,” watch clips of historic political ads and debate moments, and (BONUS... Learn More

Digital Library Going Strong

March 22, 2016

DIGITAL LIBRARY makes research into the Bush Presidency, and the many issues and challenges of service in the White House, easier for the general public. Learn More

Bush Library Releases Presidential Records

February 05, 2016

The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum released another set of files from its large collection of Presidential records. Documents released at this time focus on faith-based and community initiatives, performance enhancing drugs in professional baseball, and, trade issues. Learn More

Great Deals on Museum Tickets and Other Major Dallas Attractions

March 02, 2016

Save 42% or more off Museum admission tickets, plus 3 more top Dallas attractions. Learn More

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