It’s the ranch known as the “Texas White House,” and the house on LBJ’s ranch is indeed white. But there is way more than just the house to see on this tour where you’ll learn a lot about our 36th president.
The Sixth Floor Museum is located in the Texas School Book Depository on Dealey Plaze in Dallas, Texas, the site of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The museum chronicles the Kennedy assassination and examines the Kennedy legacy.
John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza, just a block from Dealey Plaza, features a large open cenotaph (open tomb) meant to symbolize President Kennedy’s spiri
Southfork is real-life ranch that serves as the backdrop for the fictional TV show “Dallas.” You can visit the ranch outside of Dallas (the city) and tour the home, whose interior does not match the TV sets, however it is decorated like the fictional Ewings lived there in all the ’80s splendor.
The Dickinson-Hannig Muesum in Austin tells the story of Susanna Dickinson, one of the most famous survivors of the Alamo. She lived quite an amazing life. The museum sits next to the O.Henry house.
At the George Bush library and museum,you’ll encounter a plane, a limousine, a spy satellite, a boat, an Oval Office re-creation, presidential pets, a piece of the Berlin wall and video clips from Saturday Night Live and David Letterman, all while learning about the man who became our 41st president.
The O.Henry House/Museum in Austin, Texas was the home of the famous American writer O.Henry (real name Will Porter). His own life is quite a story, and you’ll learn a lot about it on the tour.
The Driskill Hotel is a grand historic building Austin, and it’s also said to be very haunted.
Cemeteries, gravesites and memorials
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