• The Texas White House

    Lyndon B Johnson

    National Historical Park Texas

Johnson City Event Center

Johnson City Event Center
The Event Center is a stone structure with heavy timber exposed beams and a shake roof. Inside, exhibits tell the story of early settlement in the Texas Hill Country and the Johnson family who moved to the area in the late 1860s. The Center is adjacent to the Johnson Settlement which includes the original log "dog-trot" cabin built by President Johnson’s grandfather.

The Event/Meeting Center includes:

  • 988 Square foot (28’ x 34’) air conditioned room which will comfortably seat 60 people
  • Park provides tables and chairs
  • Bright light supplied by windows and overhead lighting
  • Ceiling Fans to keep the room well ventilated and comfortable
  • Large breezeway for additional space
  • Large porches and rocking chairs
  • Small kitchen with refrigerator/freezer, stove/oven, and sink with hot and cold water
  • Modern restrooms including wheelchair accessible restrooms
  • 20 picnic tables located in front of the center
  • Trash and recycling bins provided


Maximum 40 cars on-site
Overflow parking at the National Park Visitor Center

Hours for Use:

The Event/Meeting Center and grounds are available for 8 hour rental
8 a.m. - 10 p.m.



One-day use of event /meeting center and grounds


Hourly use rate


Refundable security deposit


For More Information

Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park
830.868.7128 ext. 260

Did You Know?

Pres Johnson confers with Gen. William Westmoreland, May 30, 1968

President Johnson flew home to his Texas ranch 74 times during his 5 years in office, living and working for 490 days—or about one-fourth of his presidency—at the Texas White House. Here he confers with Gen. William Westmoreland on May 30, 1968. Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park