May 24, 2013 •
Highlighted Site of the Week – George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
It’s that time again! This week we bring you a site about a new presidential library.
The George W. Bush Presidential Library is a great learning experience for the whole family. The library is located in Dallas, Texas and opened on May 1st of 2013.
One of the exhibits is a piece of metal from the World Trade Center’s after 9-11. In most museums you are discouraged from touching exhibits, but in for this exhibit you are encouraged to touch this piece of the towers.
Other exhibits are shelves of files from the Bush presidency for those who wish to research such matters. There is an exhibit featuring the gifts given to President Bush while in office. There are quite a few interesting ones in there like saddles from Kazakhstan and a dress for the First Lady for a White House Dinner with the Queen of England.
It’s a new landmark with a part of history in it. If you’re in Dallas, Texas on a trip or vacation, set some time aside to go to the library. Those of you with presidential library passports, this would be a great place to go to fill in one of your pages.
Thanks for reading and we’ll see you next time!
Photo of the George W. Bush Library and Museum by J. P. Fagerback on Wikipedia.
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