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The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum are open to the public. The Research Room is open by appointment only, which must be scheduled by 3:00pm if wishing to visit the next business day. Schedule a virtual orientation prior to booking travel. We respond to written requests for records at Please check our website or for COVID updates.

As the Nation's official record keeper, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) serves as administrator for records of the U.S. Federal Government. NARA's Presidential Libraries and Museums are repositories for textual, electronic, and audiovisual Presidential records as well as domestic and foreign Presidential gifts.

The Library and Museum features a wide variety of state-of-the-art interactive exhibits. These online exhibits and digital galleries give an in-depth look at past and present special exhibits, the permanent exhibit, and unique artifacts. Photos and videos, and documents hightlight eight years of American history, the American Presidency, and important issues of public policy. In addition, this section includes information and views of the Native Texas Park located on the building's grounds. 

White House and Texas Capitol Cowboy Boots

This gallery features some of the many important artifacts and gifts given from American citizens and foreign Heads of State. 

A school child in Germany drew this picture of hope in the aftermath of the tragedy.

This gallery features a small sample of the thousands of condolence materials that poured into the United States’ embassies located around the globe after September 11, 2001.

President George W. Bush rallies firefighters and rescue workers, September 14, 2001, during an impromptu speech at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center towers. (P7365-23a)

This gallery contains 60 photographs taken on September 11, 2001 through October 30, 2001.

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