The Ronald Reagan Library & Museum is celebrating the 2011 Ronald Reagan Centennial with an all-new permanent exhibit with over 26,000 square feet of new space and interactive exhibits.
I waited in line at the rotunda when President Reagan's casket was there for those to pay respect too. Now I've seen his final resting place. Must see for anyone traveling to the area!
There is a wonderful view, and the staff is really nice if you do as they say. They might get a little bit annoying if you don't do as you're bid.
The better of the two presidential libraries in California (other is Nixon's). Slightly more interactive but still would benefit from a room or two on context for those of us born after.
When you get onto Air Force One, don't be surprised to see a strange mannequin. A little creepy. Still smells like a plane, too.
Be sure to check out the Air Force One pavilion and the Oval Office Replica.
There is a pub inside.
Definitely worth the drive out to Simi Valley
This place is cool. They have the real air force one there. It's kind of out there but it's really cool.
This time, its auto expo, and Christmas theme.... Its awesome.... And that sunset!!!! Wow....
Fabulous tribute to the greatest president of my lifetime! Tour his Air Force One and touch a section of the Berlin Wall!
The pub doesn't have any beers on tap, just bottled, the whiskey is display. All grab and go pre-packaged foods. Eat at the cafe! Student/educator membership $25! 10% merch discount for members.
Where the Obama haters unite
Very moving and powerful! What a great tribute to such a great man!
A new Abraham Lincoln exhibit just opened. It will only be there for a few months. Some amazing exhibits.
Even if this is out of your way, it is worth it.
I am surprised by how kid-friendly it is. My 6-year-old enjoyed the videos, walking through Air Force One and listening to the docents tell stories. Awesome.
Disney exhibit was pretty awesome- as well as the Air Force 1!
A very interesting and informative presidential library for all ages. Be warned, even though you turn off onto the road to the Library, it is still a long drive until you get to the actual venue.
A great Disney exhibit will be here until April with many never before seen artifacts, from both past and present.
An impressive, well designed and informative library - well worth your time!
One benefit of the Guidecam is if you didn't bring your camera. You can take 40 pics or 16 one minute videos and email them to yourself.
If you must get the Guidecam, have a credit card ready, since they require a $50 deposit and don't tell you that at the ticket desk.
Don't bother renting the Guidecam audio tour. With the media displays and signage, its sensory overload and will make the tour longer.
Worth the visit! The pub!
This was the site of the first NBC News debate of the 2012 election season moderated by Brian Williams on Sep. 7, 2011.
In 1981, a then president-elect Ronald Reagan, who would take office during a severe recession, was optimistically named TIME's "Man of the Year."
Fantastic library. The best in the USA. Well worth the visit
The Library's holdings include 50 million pages of Presidential documents, over 1.6 million photographs, a half million feet of motion picture film and tens of thousands of audio and video tapes.
On April 12, 1990, President Ronald Reagan stood next to a 6,338 pound, 9 ½ foot tall piece of the Berlin Wall that had just arrived for display at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.
On November 21, 1988, the groundbreaking ceremony for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library took place.
Where it's always morning in America...Even in the afternoon! The snack bar is great including cookies made from jelly beans and real pieces of the Berlin Wall. It's outta sight hombres
Don't forget to visit the pub!
Great library, lots of things to see, staff very nice, an dthe area is pretty nice. It's definitly a place to see regardless your political views.
I'm a liberal Democrat and I really enjoyed the library. Really amazing in terms of content and history. Freedom is not limited by party lines!
Visit President Reagan's final resting place.
Really interesting stuff always on display. Don't miss Airforce One.
Photography of the Air Force One interior is not permitted.
$12 for adults, $6 for youths aged 11-17, $9 for seniors, free for kids under 11.
Very enjoyable time at the library. No need for the audio tour, everything is described well along the tour.
Super de mais essa biblioteca