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The Sun Radio Regional Report: LBJ Library & Museum / “Motown” Exhibit

The Sun Radio Regional Report: LBJ Library & Museum / “Motown” Exhibit

Friday, 17 January 2020

For an overview of the LBJ Library & Museum and the “Motown – The Story Of Young America” exhibit, check out this week’s edition of the Sun Radio Regional Report: A Visit to the LBJ Library and Museum:


About The Exhibit:

“Motown – The Story Of Young America” exhibit, curated by the GRAMMY Museum, is the first major museum exhibition to embrace all facets of the 1960s biggest sounds in soul—music, culture, and politics. The exhibit runs now through January 26, 2020. Explore the evolution of the Motown music label, view personal artifacts from some of its biggest artists, and do your karaoke take on some of Motown’s biggest hits. The LBJ Library is on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin.


Getting There:

2313 Red River St.
Austin, TX 78705

The LBJ Presidential Library is located on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin, just off I-35. View on Google Maps.

Partial Red River Street Closure:
As of early December 2019, Red River Street, from Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Clyde Littlefield Drive, is closed. While direct access to the library has not been affected, we recommend accessing Red River Street coming from either Manor Road, located south of the library, or from Dean Keeton Street, located north of the library.


Parking for the LBJ Presidential Library is always free in the designated visitor parking lot #38. Located directly off Red River Street, look for brightly colored library banners at the lot entrance.

LBJ parking lot banners

LBJ Library Parking Lot 38

Check Out Photos From The Exhibit’s Grand Opening:


Motown Exhibit Opening

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