Exhibit created by the National Archives and Records Administration with generous support from the
U.S. Department of State and brought to Dallas by the George W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum. LEARN MORE.
New exhibit gives you an peek at the role that first ladies have played inside the White House. LEARN MORE.
FREE Admission for Active Duty Military, National Guard, Reserves & their Families through Labor Day. LEARN MORE.
Tickets to the city's best attractions combined in one easy-to-use CityPASS ticket booklet. LEARN MORE.
Sit at the Resolute Desk in our full-size, exact replica of President Bush's Oval Office. LEARN MORE.
Artifacts include World Trade Tower beam, bullhorn the President used at Ground Zero, and his impromptu speech notes.
On January 20, 2009, the National Archives and Records Administration finalized the transfer of millions of Presidential Records from the Administration of President George W. Bush into its legal custody. Discover the amazing contents of this historic Library.
Museum exhibits 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 a massive 20-foot-tall, 360-degree LED screen showing high-definition multimedia clips blending art, history, and entertainment.
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NEW EXHIBIT - First Ladies: Style of Influence gives visitors an inside peek at the role t...
BLUE STAR MUSEUMS - Presidential Libraries in Texas salute the Military with FREE admissio...
DINO DAY - Join us for Dinosaur Day activities from noon to 2 p.m.
Museum tickets are available for purchase online. Take advantage of big savings from Dallas CityPASS.
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A fully immersive, role-playing simulation that transports students into a high-stakes, fast-paced, decision-making environment where they face a national crisis based upon historic fact.
Many Presidential records are available to the public for research, education, and information purposes.