LBJ Library – Free Admission to First Reponsders

September 26, 2022


The LBJ Presidential Library and Museum is offering free admission to health care workers and first responders from September 1 through the end of 2022.

We would be grateful if your organization would participate by sharing this information with your members and staff to help spread the word.

The LBJ Library is proud to honor the hard work, expertise, and sacrifice that health care workers and first responders have made in the past few trying years and that they continue to make every day.

Just show up and present a valid ID. Advance tickets are not required. Free admission includes staff and any worker at hospitals, clinics, doctor offices, fire, police, EMS, and pharmacy personnel in the Austin area and nationwide.

Free admission is for personnel only and does not extend to family members, friends, or other guests. Children under the age of 12 are free.

In this Dropbox, we have provided a graphic for you to use in newsletters, a flyer you can print to post on a bulletin board, and social media graphics and messaging. We will be promoting this free admission offer on our social media channels @LBJLibrary.

The LBJ Library is open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (last guest is admitted at 4 p.m.) Parking is free.

While exploring the Library’s exhibits, visitors step into a replica of the Oval Office, hear about life in the White House from the President’s daughters, delve into the digital archives to read letters, watch videos, and view photos from the Library’s collections, and experience the decade of the Johnson Administration – the turbulent 1960s. Our current temporary exhibit is about Lady Bird Johnson. Learn more about the Library at

Questions? Email [email protected].


Thank you very much. Come visit us!