Sir Clinksalot spent a day at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. It is located in Simi Valley, California and is 90 minutes north of Disneyland. It is the final resting place of our 40th president.
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
The entrance of the Library features a statue of our 40th president
The lobby features the seal of the POTUS
Statue of Ron and Nancy
The Presidential Library essentially tells the story of Ronald Reagan’s life
From his youth
His acting days
Governor of California
And of course his presidency
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The Oval Office as it looked in the 80′s
The Resolute Desk which has been used by every president since Jimmy Carter, up to and including Barack Obama
President Reagan in the White House
One of the highlights of the tour is the Air Force One Pavilion
One of the most amazing displays is the time which chronicles the end of the Cold War
The Reykjavik Summit
They also had a portion of the WTC on display. It was quite eerie to get so close and be able to touch a piece of 9/11.
The National Treasure Gallery has rotating exhibits. At the time of our visit there was a spectacular Mount Vernon exhibit. Beginning on July 6th this Gallery will be featuring the “Treasures of the Walt Disney Archives”.
Mount Vernon in 1799
The Bowling Green and West Side of the Mansion
The Entrance to North Lane
Statue of Washington
Outside the Museum is a piece of the Berlin Wall
As well as the President’s final resting place