The George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum serves as a resource for the study of the life and career of George W. Bush, while also promoting a better understanding of the Presidency, American history, and important issues of public policy. Located on the gorgeous campus of Southern Methodist University, the library and museum is steeped in history and provides a memorable experience for all. The 14,000 square foot museum boasts one-of-a-kind features including a full-sized Oval Office, Texas Rose Garden, and interactive Decisions Points Theater. The special exhibit, First Ladies: Style of Influence, examines how the role of the first lady has evolved over time, and how first ladies have used their position to advance diplomacy and other social, cultural, and political initiatives. Visitors will explore how first ladies, including Laura Bush, Barbara Bush, Jackie Kennedy, Dolley Madison, Michelle Obama and Eleanor Roosevelt, have served as hostess, teammate, champion and political advocate, all within the context of the changing American political and cultural landscape. As their stories unfold, you'll see the challenges and rewards of a position that is re-imagined by each person who holds it. Limited spots available.