Dolph Briscoe Center for American History (opens May 22)
Photojournalist Dennis Brack donated his archive to the Briscoe Center in 2008. From this large body of work, he chose the 225 photographs included in this retrospective exhibition.
LBJ Presidential Library
Showcasing the Briscoe Center’s unparalleled photographic collections, News to History highlights the thirteen presidential administrations from Franklin D. Roosevelt to Barack Obama.
First State Bank of Uvalde
The Briscoe-Garner museum is dedicated to the remarkable lives of John Nance "Cactus Jack" Garner and Dolph Briscoe, both Uvalde natives and historically important political figures from Texas.
The Sam Rayburn Museum reopened Sunday, November 11, after a comprehensive renovation of its permanent exhibit, the first major overhaul of the exhibit since the museum opened more than fifty years ago.
Winedale Historical Complex
Winedale, Texas (near Roundtop)
The Winedale Story is a permanent exhibit on display in Hazel's Lone Oak cottage at Winedale, a complex of nineteenth-century structures and modern facilities located near Round Top, Texas. The exhibit features facsimiles of photographs, maps, manuscripts, newspapers, and artifacts drawn from Briscoe Center for American History's extensive Texas history collections.