The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is the repository of presidential records from the administration of Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States, and the burial place of the President and First Lady, Nancy Reagan. It is the largest of the 13 federally operated presidential libraries, containing millions of documents, photographs, films and tapes. There is a permanent exhibit covering the President’s life, as well as memorabilia such as Air Force One, the aircraft personally used by the president, and a section of masonry from the Berlin Wall. In 2007, thousands of artifacts were reported missing, and poor record-keeping as well as a breakdown in security software were blamed.
The library is located in Simi Valley, in Southern California, and was designed by Hugh Stubbins and Associates. It is administered by the National Archives and Records Administration.
Daily 10 am - 5 pm.
Seniors (> 62): $13
Youth (11-17): $9
Children (3-10) $6
Children under 2: free
Official Website https://www.reaganlibrary.gov/
Phone +1 805 577 4066
Address Presidential Drive 40, 93065 Simi Valley, CA
Coordinates 34°15'34.923" N -118°49'11.696" E