The Ronald Reagan Library & Museum
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, California, is one of the most unique and beautiful tour destinations in Southern California. Where else in California can visitors walk onboard an actual Air Force One aircraft that flew seven U.S. presidents, touch an authentic piece of the Berlin Wall, view an exact replica of the White House Oval Office, or lay a hand on a real steel beam recovered from the World Trade Center after 9/11?
Following the COVID19 Pandemic, the Reagan Library has taken many steps to ensure our visitors are safe– from social distancing procedures, to continuous cleaning of all highly touched surfaces, to using top-of-the-line air conditioning ducts to ensure only clean air is filtered throughout the Museum galleries.
At its heart, the Reagan Museum is dedicated to the life and times of Ronald Reagan, who served as the 40th president of the United States from 1981 to 1989. Tour groups immerse themselves in Reagan’s path to the White House, learn about his eight years in office, and discover how he spent his post-presidential years. But the Reagan Library strives to be more than just a memorial to the late president. It is also a community resource with revolving world-class exhibitions, family-friendly events and abundant public programming.
Two restaurants, with tour group meal options, docent-led tours, audio tours and more are all options your tour group can enjoy. For more information on the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, including its upcoming exhibits and programming schedule, call 800.410.8354 or go to reaganlibrary.com.