Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA is on top of a mountaintop. If you look far enough the pacific ocean can be seen. The admission fee for adults is only $16.00 a person. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library was put together carefully.

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During Reagan’s Presidency the oval office was decorated with western art, bronze saddles & a jar of jelly beans. The oval office is a full size replica.

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We climbed aboard Air Force One. The staff ย inside told us about Air Force One. Reagan flew to 26 countries and 46 states in Air Force One. It was exciting to see the plane. It looked so big inside the building.IMG_1763

It was such a good feeling seeing this piece of the Berlin Wall. The wall dividing east and west went down Nov 9, 1989. That was a happy day.

This Grey dress is so elegant.

Nancy Reagan’s grey dress is so elegant.

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The Football Exhibit had a variety of football jerseys, helmets, trophies etc. The football exhibit is open until Jan 17, 2016.

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Heisman Trophyย IMG_1879

Bart Starr hanging out with Kevin at the football exhibit.

Happy Travels!

Camping at Soledad Canyon Thousand Trails

3 thoughts on “Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA

  1. My mom and step dad like to visit the presidential libraries too. Until I saw your photos, I had no idea what was inside the buildings. I thought it was just another library named after a president. It’s more like a museum than a library. What a fun to learn about our history.

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