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The brochure for the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is available to download.

As the Nation's official record keeper, the  National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) serves as administrator for records of the U.S. Federal Government. NARA's Presidential Libraries and Museums are repositories for textual, electronic, and audiovisual Presidential records as well as domestic and foreign Presidential gifts.

With its state-of-the-art interactive exhibits, the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum located in Dallas, Texas gives visitors an in-depth look at 8 years of American history, the American Presidency, and important issues of public policy.

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Plan Your Museum Visit


Information about special deals for groups, operating hours, directions, parking, transportation, dining, the Museum Store, accessibility, visitor services, and more. Learn More



Framed by the four themes of freedom, opportunity, compassion, and responsibility, the Museum features the Decision Points Theater, Sept. 11 Display, a full-size replica of the White House Oval Office, and a 20-foot-tall, 360-degree, video wall with a montage of the 44 U.S. Presidents. Learn More

The Museum

The baseball that President George W. Bush threw out at Yankee Stadium, October 30, 2001, after 9/11.

The Museum houses approximately 43,000 gifts given to the President and First Lady by people from around the world as well as other artifacts gathered during their time in the White House. Using a selection of artifacts, documents, photographs, and videos, visitors learn about the Nation's triumphs, struggles, people, and culture during President Bush's Administration. Learn More

Special Exhibits

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Learn more about the Museum's special exhibits gallery, including opening and ending dates for current and upcoming exhibits. Learn More

Field Trips

A student holds up a book about President George W. Bush, October 3, 2006, during the President's visit to the elementary school named after him in Stockton, California. (P100306ED-0245)

Interested in scheduling a field trip for students? Need information about the Museum’s education programs for classes? Look no further – everything needed is in this section! Learn More

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