Tuesday November 29, 2022 to Sunday April 2, 2023
During the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum’s 25-year history, it has hosted more than 3 million visitors, presidents, countless foreign heads of state, hundreds of free public events, issues forums, and guest speakers. One of the biggest draws, however, is the Bush Library and Museum’s robust exhibits program. Over the years, the Library has opened more than 135 exhibits. They have been as diverse as they were informative, covering every subject from the presidency, to trains, baseball, and even the American West. This retrospective will take visitors on a journey through our past by highlighting eight unique and powerful exhibits, as well as the artifacts from the Library’s collections that helped tell their stories.