Visiting the Boyhood Home

People standing on the front porch of a small, white house.
Visitors join a tour on the front porch of the President's childhood home.

The President lived here from the age of five until his high school graduation in 1924. The home is furnished in the early to mid-1920s period and as such depicts a rural Texas lifestyle of 100 years ago.

Books and baseball glove sit on a quilt-covered bed with a tall, wooden headboard.
A bed similar to the one shared by a young Lyndon Johnson and his brother Sam.

Boyhood Home Programs

Join park staff for a 30-minute program about the childhood home of our 36th president. Programs are available daily. Meet at the National Park Visitor Center in Johnson City at the following times:

  • 10:00 am
  • 11:00 am
  • 1:00 pm
  • 2:00 pm
  • 3:00 pm

In addition to these program times, the grounds of the nearly 2-acre property are open, and visitors can enjoy the home from the exterior porches. Keep an eye out for engaging pop-up experiences!


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    Last updated: March 4, 2023

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