We encourage groups of 15 or more to register before visiting the museum. Because of a high number of groups wanting to visit between 10 am and noon, requests should be made at least 7 days in advance.
Discounted rates are available for registered groups. Please review our Group Visit Admission Fees before making your reservation.
Dates and times are not considered reserved until you receive a confirmation email from Texas Memorial Museum.
A reservation reminder will be emailed 48 hours before your visit.
If your requested date is full, we will contact you to schedule another time.
Additional Group Visit Information
- Read our Guide for Teachers and Chaperones before your visit.
- Payment information can be found here: Paying for Your Visit
- Details about parking for cars and buses are found on our Directions & Parking page.
- Food and drink are not permitted in the museum, but a shaded picnic area is located just outside, on Texas Memorial Museum’s west lawn.
Please note: Confirmation is communicated via email within a week of submitting a reservation. If, after a week, you do not receive confirmation, first check spam or junk folders then email TMMTours@austin.utexas.edu or call Ben Grall, Visitor Services Manager, at (512) 232-5505 for more information.
TMM’s school group souvenir kits are available for preorder. These kits provide a convenient way for all your students to take home a lasting memory of their field trip experience. Souvenir kits also make great birthday party favors! Kit options and payment details on our order form.
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"I hope that visitors who come here will achieve a closer understanding of the presidency and that young people will get a clearer comprehension of what this nation tried to do in an eventful period of its history." - Lyndon Baines Johnson
Find a list of activities and tours that students or adults can participate in at the LBJ Library - http://www.lbjlibrary.org/education
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