Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, California, is a non-profit institution dedicated to preserving and educating the public on the philosophies, ideals, and liberties as upheld by the American government, particularly under the guidance of President Ronald Reagan. Not only does the facility house over 40,000 pages of presidential and personal papers from the Reagan administration but it's also the final resting place of the nation's 40th president.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum is a stunning construction with over five decades of history held within its walls. At the museum, visitors can participate in an interactive experience and act in a movie with Ronald Reagan, deliver the inaugural address from the steps of the U.S. Capitol Building, read pages of the President's diary, and more! This multi-media, the multi-sensory museum combines intellectual knowledge of the presidency with the physical and emotional world of experience, making a unique and wholly memorable attraction for everyone. There are more than 26,000 square feet of the facility to explore and discover something new about the American government, its inner workings and history, and also about President Reagan himself or the First Lady.
You can also find, here, the Air Force One Pavilion, a full-size replica of the Oval Office, and special exhibitions such as the Football! exhibition applauding the Hall of Famers from around the country. Also, visit the museum store on your way out for a fun souvenir!