Plan Your Visit

If you've secured a summit ticket, here are some essentials to know before your visit.


Attend

Tickets are required for attendance, however, a ticket does not guarantee you a seat. Seating is first-come, first-served.

On the day of the event and for each session you've registered for, please be ready to show your ID and your ticket, either printed or on your mobile device. This must be the ticket that is attached as a pdf in your confirmation email.

We will have a standby line for each ticketed session. Any empty seats in the auditorium before or during programming will be filled by the standby line. All those in the standby line must have tickets.


When to Arrive

DAY 1 EVENING - APRIL 8
Doors open at 5:15 p.m.

DAY 2 MORNING - APRIL 9
Doors open at 9:45 a.m.

DAY 2 AFTERNOON - APRIL 9
Doors open at 12:45 p.m.

DAY 2 EVENING - APRIL 9
Doors open at 5:15 p.m.

DAY 3 MORNING - APRIL 10
Doors open at 9:45 a.m.

DAY 3 AFTERNOON - APRIL 10
Doors open at 12:45 p.m.

DAY 3 EVENING - APRIL 10
Doors open at 5:15 p.m.


Location

All programs will take place in the LBJ Auditorium, located on the lower level of the LBJ complex at 2313 Red River St. Primary access to the auditorium will be through the lobby of the LBJ School of Public Affairs.


Parking

We anticipate increased traffic in and out of our parking lots and the UT parking garages. If possible, we encourage you to consider public transportation and/or a ride-sharing service.



General Public
Public parking will be on a limited availability, first-come, first-served basis in the Manor Garage, located at 2017 Robert Dedman Dr., or San Jacinto Garage, located at 2400 San Jacinto Blvd., for a fee of $3 per hour to a daily maximum of $18.

Summit Parking Placard
For those with a summit parking placard, parking will be on a limited availability, first-come, first-served basis in lots #37, #38, and #39. These lot entrances are located directly off Red River Street and in between Dean Keeton Street and Clyde Littlefield Drive. Please be ready to present the parking placard to the parking attendants on duty as you enter the parking lot. Overflow parking will be available in the UT Manor Garage, located at 2017 Robert Dedman Dr., at no charge with your summit parking placard.

ADA Parking
For those needing ADA parking, please utilize the signed ADA parking spaces in lots #37, #38, and #39, located on Red River Street between Dean Keeton Street and Clyde Littlefield Drive. You will not need a summit parking placard for entry into these lots, but you will need either a state issued handicapped placard or a handicapped license plate. These ADA spaces will be limited and on a first-come, first-served basis as well.


ADA Accommodations

For accessibility questions or requests, please email events@lbjfoundation.org or call (512) 721-0176. Please contact us if you will use a wheelchair, will be accompanied by a service dog, or need sign language interpretation services.


Bag Policy

Backpacks, tote bags, or any bag larger than 12 inches in any dimension will not be allowed into the LBJ Auditorium. All bags are subject to search by security personnel, including purses, camera cases, and diaper bags. Those with larger prohibited bags will be turned away. Do not bring any packages that cannot be opened or inspected.


Dining Options

There are no food facilities inside the LBJ Presidential Library. The nearest food and beverage facilities are on the UT Austin campus.

O's To-Go Campus Cafe
In the Lobby of the LBJ School of Public Affairs
Located east of the library
Breakfast, Sandwiches, Soup, Salads, Coffee
Open M-Th, 7:30AM-3PM; Fri, 7:30AM-1:30PM

Under the Oaks Cafe
At the Thompson Conference Center
Located north of the library
Breakfast, Sandwiches, Soup, Salad, Daily Specials, Coffee
Open M-F, 7:30AM-3PM

For non-UT dining options near the library, explore our Google Map.


Film and Photography

LBJ Presidential Library and LBJ Foundation events may be filmed and/or photographed. Your attendance constitutes your authorization for the LBJ Presidential Library and the LBJ Foundation to use your photograph, voice, or other likeness for purposes related to the Library and the Foundation, including but not limited to marketing and promotion in both print and electronic forms.