The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
40 Presidential Drive
Simi Valley, CA  93065

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   The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation is the nonprofit organization created by President Reagan himself and specifically charged by him with continuing his legacy and sharing his principles - individual liberty, economic opportunity, global democracy and national pride. The Foundation is a non-partisan organization which sustains the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, the Reagan Center for Public Affairs, the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center and its internationally recognized, award-winning Discovery Center, and the Air Force One Pavilion.
    In a storied career that spanned more than five decades, Ronald Reagan inspired Americans to act and achieve even more than they imagined. His legacy thrives at The Reagan Library where events and exhibits rediscover his values, actions and spirit of determination.
    As a Presidential Library administered by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the Reagan Library, under the authority of the Presidential Records Act, is the repository of presidential records for President Reagan's administration. Our holdings include over 60 million pages of documents, over 1.6 million photographs, a half million feet of motion picture film, tens of thousands of audio and video tape, and over 40,000 artifacts.
    Perched atop a hill with sweeping views of the southland, the Reagan Library is one of California's most beautiful and unique destinations
Museum Category:
    National


   
Business Hours:
    The Reagan Library is open 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. every day of the week, except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Day.
Location Type:
    Library
Payment Accepted:
    Cash,   Amex,   Discover,   MasterCard,   Visa,  
Languages Spoken:
    English,   Spanish,  
Admission Pricing:
    $15.00 general admission, $12.00 for seniors 62 and over, $9.00 for children 11-17 and free for children 10 and under.
General Business Classification:
    Museums, Historic Sites, Attractions
    Categories:
    Community
    Foundations
    Historical Museum
    Historical Organizations
    Historical Research
    Law, Rights & Liberties
    Museums/Attractions/Historic
    Parks & Recreation
    Political - Misc.
    Tourist Attractions

Legal Entity:
    Non Profit - 501(c)(3)
Number of Employees:
    51 - 100
Average Visit:
    2-4 hours
Admittance:
    During normal business hours.
Indoor/Outdoor:
    Indoor Location
Parking On-Site?
    Yes   --   Plenty of parking available.
Handicapped Accessible?
    Yes
Smoking?
    Some restrictions
Cell Phones & Pagers?
    Some restrictions
Cameras/Recording Equip.?
    Some restrictions
Pets Allowed?
    No
Guided Tours?
    By Appointment Only

www.reaganfoundation.org
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4/15/14 - Baseball is a 12,000 square foot exhibition featuring over 700 artifacts
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Running through September 4, 2014, Baseball is a 12,000 square foot exhibition featuring over 700 artifacts, including some of the rarest, historic and iconic baseball memorabilia from the largest known private collector in the U.S. The exhibit displays extraordinary artifacts from Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig, Jackie Robinson, the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers, and scores of other historically important players and organizations. Also featured will be rare artifacts related to Ronald Reagan and baseball from his days calling Chicago Cubs games, to signed balls and jerseys he received while President.
“I really do love baseball and I wish we could do this out on the lawn every day,” President Reagan remarked on May 11, 1983 on the South Lawn as part of a White House Ceremony observing National Amateur Baseball Month. “I wouldn’t even complain if a stray ball came through the Oval Office window now and then.” “Nothing is more American than baseball,” said John Heubusch, executive director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. “Baseball fans of all ages are going to be astounded by the array of iconic baseball pieces on display. ‘Baseball the Exhibition’ is the perfect way to spend an afternoon with family, friends, and fellow baseball fans.”
The exhibition celebrates the great American pastime of baseball by showcasing the glory days of baseball from the first balls, bats, gloves and uniforms ever used, to bringing together the most iconic pieces of baseball history, such as Joe DiMaggio’s record-setting ball that drove his 56 game hitting streak and Babe Ruth’s 1939 uniform from when he coached the Brooklyn Dodgers. Featured items on display in Baseball! The Exhibition include: An exhibit dedicated to Babe Ruth, which will display his traveling trunk, including his 1939 uniform while coaching the Brooklyn Dodgers, his baseball bat and his famous fur coat A Honus Wagner trading card - the rarest and most valuable of all baseball cards Jerseys/uniforms worn by Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Don Sutton, Orel Hershiser, Barry Bonds, David Ortiz, Fernando Valenzuela, Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale and more Baseball hit by Barry Bonds (the homerun ball that tied Hank Aaron’s record), as well as a Hank Aaron-signed ball Baseballs from Joe DiMaggio, including his record-setting ball that drove his 56 game hitting streak as well as the ball that ended the streak Baseball signed by Pete Rose that broke Ty Cobb’s all-time hitting record A special section featuring the history of the Brooklyn Dodgers and their legacy in Los Angeles Some of the first historic bats, balls, gloves, uniforms, stadium items and folk art related to the sport as well as an unmatched collection of rare baseball cards and photographs of all the astonishing athletes who played the game. And so much more
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4/3/14 - Baseball! The Exhibition Opens at the Ronald Reagan Library
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Running through September 4, 2014, Baseball is a 12,000 square foot exhibition featuring over 700 artifacts, including some of the rarest, historic and iconic baseball memorabilia from the largest known private collector in the U.S. The exhibit displays extraordinary artifacts from Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig, Jackie Robinson, the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers, and scores of other historically important players and organizations. Also featured will be rare artifacts related to Ronald Reagan and baseball from his days calling Chicago Cubs games, to signed balls and jerseys he received while President.
“I really do love baseball and I wish we could do this out on the lawn every day,” President Reagan remarked on May 11, 1983 on the South Lawn as part of a White House Ceremony observing National Amateur Baseball Month. “I wouldn’t even complain if a stray ball came through the Oval Office window now and then.” “Nothing is more American than baseball,” said John Heubusch, executive director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. “Baseball fans of all ages are going to be astounded by the array of iconic baseball pieces on display. ‘Baseball the Exhibition’ is the perfect way to spend an afternoon with family, friends, and fellow baseball fans.”
The exhibition celebrates the great American pastime of baseball by showcasing the glory days of baseball from the first balls, bats, gloves and uniforms ever used, to bringing together the most iconic pieces of baseball history, such as Joe DiMaggio’s record-setting ball that drove his 56 game hitting streak and Babe Ruth’s 1939 uniform from when he coached the Brooklyn Dodgers. Featured items on display in Baseball! The Exhibition include: An exhibit dedicated to Babe Ruth, which will display his traveling trunk, including his 1939 uniform while coaching the Brooklyn Dodgers, his baseball bat and his famous fur coat A Honus Wagner trading card - the rarest and most valuable of all baseball cards Jerseys/uniforms worn by Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Don Sutton, Orel Hershiser, Barry Bonds, David Ortiz, Fernando Valenzuela, Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale and more Baseball hit by Barry Bonds (the homerun ball that tied Hank Aaron’s record), as well as a Hank Aaron-signed ball Baseballs from Joe DiMaggio, including his record-setting ball that drove his 56 game hitting streak as well as the ball that ended the streak Baseball signed by Pete Rose that broke Ty Cobb’s all-time hitting record A special section featuring the history of the Brooklyn Dodgers and their legacy in Los Angeles Some of the first historic bats, balls, gloves, uniforms, stadium items and folk art related to the sport as well as an unmatched collection of rare baseball cards and photographs of all the astonishing athletes who played the game. And so much more
Presented by ... The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
Venue ... The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
4/3/14 - A Great Collection of Everything Baseball! The Exhibition Opens Friday
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Running through September 4, 2014, Baseball is a 12,000 square foot exhibition featuring over 700 artifacts, including some of the rarest, historic and iconic baseball memorabilia from the largest known private collector in the U.S. The exhibit displays extraordinary artifacts from Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio, Lou Gehrig, Jackie Robinson, the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers, and scores of other historically important players and organizations. Also featured will be rare artifacts related to Ronald Reagan and baseball from his days calling Chicago Cubs games, to signed balls and jerseys he received while President.
“I really do love baseball and I wish we could do this out on the lawn every day,” President Reagan remarked on May 11, 1983 on the South Lawn as part of a White House Ceremony observing National Amateur Baseball Month. “I wouldn’t even complain if a stray ball came through the Oval Office window now and then.” “Nothing is more American than baseball,” said John Heubusch, executive director of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation. “Baseball fans of all ages are going to be astounded by the array of iconic baseball pieces on display. ‘Baseball the Exhibition’ is the perfect way to spend an afternoon with family, friends, and fellow baseball fans.”
The exhibition celebrates the great American pastime of baseball by showcasing the glory days of baseball from the first balls, bats, gloves and uniforms ever used, to bringing together the most iconic pieces of baseball history, such as Joe DiMaggio’s record-setting ball that drove his 56 game hitting streak and Babe Ruth’s 1939 uniform from when he coached the Brooklyn Dodgers. Featured items on display in Baseball! The Exhibition include: An exhibit dedicated to Babe Ruth, which will display his traveling trunk, including his 1939 uniform while coaching the Brooklyn Dodgers, his baseball bat and his famous fur coat A Honus Wagner trading card - the rarest and most valuable of all baseball cards Jerseys/uniforms worn by Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Jackie Robinson, Willie Mays, Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Don Sutton, Orel Hershiser, Barry Bonds, David Ortiz, Fernando Valenzuela, Sandy Koufax, Don Drysdale and more Baseball hit by Barry Bonds (the homerun ball that tied Hank Aaron’s record), as well as a Hank Aaron-signed ball Baseballs from Joe DiMaggio, including his record-setting ball that drove his 56 game hitting streak as well as the ball that ended the streak Baseball signed by Pete Rose that broke Ty Cobb’s all-time hitting record A special section featuring the history of the Brooklyn Dodgers and their legacy in Los Angeles Some of the first historic bats, balls, gloves, uniforms, stadium items and folk art related to the sport as well as an unmatched collection of rare baseball cards and photographs of all the astonishing athletes who played the game. And so much more
Presented by ... The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
Venue ... The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
3/19/14 - Upcoming Programs at The Reagan Library April - June 2014
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3/7/14 - Closing Sunday -Spy: The Secret World of Espionage, Don't Miss it!
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Now open at the Reagan Library - SPY: The Secret World of Espionage, including never before seen objects and documents from the CIA, KGB, FBI, National Reconnaissance Office and the clandestine world of spies!
SPY: The Secret World of Espionage is an unprecedented exhibition. The nearly 300 documents and spy gadgets on display – many of which have never before been seen – or even known – reveal an unseen picture of the mysterious world of espionage. SPY parts the veil, inviting visitors into a secret world of patriots, spies, moles, traitors and spy catchers: a world with heroes and villains, whose actions helped shape the world we live in today. And, during your visit, become a spy with the exhibit’s numerous interactives that offer thrilling on-the-spot training to future spies of all ages, including interactives in secret writing, disguise, voice changing, and a laser maze!
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3/3/14 - Only 9 Days Left! Don't Miss the Spy: The Secret World of Espionage -- 3/3
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Now open at the Reagan Library - SPY: The Secret World of Espionage, including never before seen objects and documents from the CIA, KGB, FBI, National Reconnaissance Office and the clandestine world of spies!
SPY: The Secret World of Espionage is an unprecedented exhibition. The nearly 300 documents and spy gadgets on display – many of which have never before been seen – or even known – reveal an unseen picture of the mysterious world of espionage. SPY parts the veil, inviting visitors into a secret world of patriots, spies, moles, traitors and spy catchers: a world with heroes and villains, whose actions helped shape the world we live in today. And, during your visit, become a spy with the exhibit’s numerous interactives that offer thrilling on-the-spot training to future spies of all ages, including interactives in secret writing, disguise, voice changing, and a laser maze!
Presented by ... The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
Venue ... The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum  Website
2/17/14 - Save the Date! Heart Disease Prevention, Treatments and Management -- 2/22
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Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center cordially invites you to a Free Community Education Seminar. Join our physicians as they discuss the latest breakthroughs on Heart Disease Prevention, Treatments & Management. Carlos Alves, M.D. Why is My Heart Beating Funny? Is it Atrial Fibrillation? “Management of Arrhythmias” Vishva Dev, M.D. Are There New Ways to Fix a Broken Heart? - Part 1 “The Newest Non-Surgical Treatments for Heart Disease Including TAVR” Mohammad Gharavi, M.D. Are There New Ways to Fix a Broken Heart? John Hess, M.D. Is it Just Heart Burn or a Heart Attack? Shahzrad Shareghi, M.D. Can Women Stop the Leading Cause of Death Over 40?
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2/17/14 - West Coast Premiere Spy Exhibit-Final Weeks-Coming Up Lunch and Tour -- 2/26
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The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation is pleased to offer our Spy Exhibit Lunch and Tour in conjunction with our special exhibit, SPY: The Secret World of Espionage. This is the final Spy Exhibit Lunch and Tour before the exhibit closes, so sign up today! Enjoy a served meal and delectable dessert prepared by our Presidential Chef. Either by yourself or with a group of friends, our Spy Exhibit Lunch and Tour is truly an exceptional experience. Following the served lunch, guests will receive a docent led tour of the Reagan Museum, Air Force One Pavilion, and our special exhibit, SPY: The Secret World of Espionage. Casual attire is suggested.
This all-inclusive offer is only $59.95 per person. Reservations are required and seating is limited. Make your reservations early before we sell out. Don’t miss out on this exciting lunch and tour!
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2/12/14 - Valentine’s Day Sweetheart’s Dinner & Dance -- 2/14
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The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is pleased to announce our 7th annual Sweetheart’s Dinner and Dance. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum will be hosting an elegant evening for you and your special Valentine under the wings of Air Force One.
Guests will dine at intimate tables for two and will enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne. Preferred seating for table with groups of four or more. You will be served a delicious three-course meal by our professional wait staff, including gourmet hors d’oeuvres, while listening and dancing to live music.
Tour the Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and the spectacular Air Force One Pavilion from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tours of SPY: The Secret World of Espionage will not be available on this evening. Our professional photographers will be available to commemorate this special Valentine’s Day. Upon conclusion of the evening, each couple will receive a complimentary red rose in a bud vase to take with you. Celebrate this special Valentine’s Day at the Reagan Library!
Tickets are $175.00 per couple (includes gratuity) and reservations must be made by February 11. Cocktail attire is suggested.
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Venue ... The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum  Website
2/7/14 - Save the Date! Valentine’s Day Sweetheart’s Dinner & Dance -- 2/14
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The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is pleased to announce our 7th annual Sweetheart’s Dinner and Dance. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum will be hosting an elegant evening for you and your special Valentine under the wings of Air Force One.
Guests will dine at intimate tables for two and will enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne. Preferred seating for table with groups of four or more. You will be served a delicious three-course meal by our professional wait staff, including gourmet hors d’oeuvres, while listening and dancing to live music.
Tour the Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. and the spectacular Air Force One Pavilion from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Tours of SPY: The Secret World of Espionage will not be available on this evening. Our professional photographers will be available to commemorate this special Valentine’s Day. Upon conclusion of the evening, each couple will receive a complimentary red rose in a bud vase to take with you. Celebrate this special Valentine’s Day at the Reagan Library!
Tickets are $175.00 per couple (includes gratuity) and reservations must be made by February 11. Cocktail attire is suggested.
Presented by ... The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
Venue ... The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum  Website
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