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

The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is the 13th Presidential Library administered by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). The Presidential Library system formally began in 1939, when President Franklin Roosevelt donated his personal and Presidential papers to the Federal Government. Learn More.

As the Nation's official record keeper, the National Archives 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 eight years of American history, the American Presidency, and important issues of public policy.


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Purchase Museum tickets online, in-person at the Admissions Desk, or by calling the Box Office at (214) 200-4306. Each ticket admits one visitor into all permanent and special exhibits and includes a handheld audio guide and all special Library and Museum programming on the day of attendance. Learn More

Plan Your Museum Visit

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


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The Museum highlights include A Nation Under Attack, Life in the White House, the interactive Decision Points Theater, a full-size replica of the White House Oval Office, and massive 20-foot-tall, 360-degree LED screen showing high-definition multimedia clips blending art, history, and entertainment. Learn More

Frequently Asked Questions


Find helpful information for your visit to the George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum. To make your experience safe and enjoyable, be prepared for the Security Check. The Museum is fully accessible according to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). 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 around the world as well as other artifacts gathered during their time in the White House. Using 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 & Events

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Learn more about the upcoming special events, education programs, and temporary exhibits. The Museum's holiday exhibit offers visitors a glimpse into White House celebrations. Learn More

Field Trips

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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

Native Texas Park

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The 15-acre urban park features Native Blackland Prairie grasses, seasonal wildflowers among other native plants, clearings providing native habitats for butterflies, birds, and other species, tree-shaded lawns, and an amphitheater. Learn More

Presidential Libraries Passport

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If you enjoy learning about the Presidency, American history and government, and traveling the nation, consider purchasing a Presidential Libraries Passport. The Passport is available at the Museum's Admissions Desk and includes information about each of the Presidential Libraries and how you can collect passport stamps as you visit each facility. Learn More

Past Exhibits

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Special Exhibits at the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum have included Oscar De La Renta: Five Decades of Style in 2014; Baseball: America's Presidents, America's Pastime in 2015; and Path to the Presidency in 2016. Learn More

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