DayTripper Tours: The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley, CA
Come celebrate the opening of the new, 26,400 square-foot exhibition hall at the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, which opened in celebration of Reagan's 100th birthday February 6, 2011. The new Museum experience integrates dozens of state-of-the-art interactive displays and thousands of artifacts, including some never-before-seen items that have been in storage since the library opened in 1991. Some of the exhibits will include sets depicting locations where President Reagan was seen throughout his life, including a Hollywood movie set when he was an actor and at the White House during his inauguration as president. Plus, you'll walk through the presidential jet used by Reagan as well as several other presidents, and enjoy a catered white-linen luncheon underneath the wings of Air Force One.
Don't miss this exciting new tour!
DayTripper Tour buses leave from several San Diego County locations.
A Video Tour of the Reagan Library (pre-renovation) with Host Gary Sinise
A Video Tour of the Reagan Library (pre-renovation) with Host Gary Sinise.
For more information on the ongoing works of President Reagan's Foundation, visit us at
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library - Simi Valley, CA, USA
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library - Simi Valley, CA, USA.
Ronald Reagan is 40th President of the United States of America. He was born in Tampico, IL on 6th February 1911. He passed away on 5th June 2004.
Location of the Library: 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, CA 93065
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Simi Valley: Wildfire Erupts Near Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Southern California
A new wildfire erupted Wednesday in wind-whipped Southern California, forcing the evacuation of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and nearby homes, as both ends of the state struggled with blazes, dangerously gusty weather and deliberate blackouts.
The brush fire broke out just before dawn in the Simi Valley area north of Los Angeles and grew to more than 400 acres (162 hectares), Ventura County officials said. They gave no immediate estimate of how many people were ordered to leave.
Aircraft dropped water and fire retardant on the blaze, and fire officials said the flames were being pushed away from the library by strong Santa Ana winds blowing from inland California toward the coast.
Library spokeswoman Melissa Giller said the hilltop museum was safe. She said hundreds of goats are brought in each year to eat away vegetation that could fuel wildfires on the 300-acre (120-hectare) grounds, where Reagan and his wife, Nancy, are buried next to each other on a hillside.
Meanwhile, frustration and anger mounted across Northern California as Pacific Gas & Electric Co., the state’s largest utility, undertook its third round of sweeping blackouts in a week, hoping to prevent its electrical equipment from toppling or coming into contact with branches and sparking fires.
PG&E said Tuesday’s power shut-offs would affect about 1.5 million people in some 30 counties including the Sierra foothills, wine country and San Francisco Bay Area. They included 1 million still without power from a blackout over the weekend.
Across the darkened neighborhoods, people worried about charging cellphones and electric vehicles, finding gasoline and cash, staying warm and keeping their food from spoiling. Some ended up at centers set up by PG&E where people could go to power their electronics and get free water, snacks, flashlights and solar lanterns.
With no electricity for the fourth straight day, chef and caterer Jane Sykes realized she would have to throw out $1,000 worth of food, including trays of brownies, cupcakes and puff pastry. She also had little hope of getting a good night’s sleep — there was no way to run the machine she relies on to counter her apnea.
“I don’t think PG&E really thought this through,” she lamented.
PG&E officials said they understood the hardships caused by the blackouts but insisted they were necessary.
In wine country north of San Francisco, fire officials reported progress in their battle against a 120-square-mile (310-square-kilometer) blaze in Sonoma County, saying it was 30% contained.
The fire destroyed at least 206 structures, including 94 homes, and threatened 90,000 more, most of them homes, authorities said. More than 150,000 people were under evacuation orders.
Winds topped out at 70 mph (112 kph) north of San Francisco Bay and began to ease early Wednesday, but forecasters said the fire danger would remain high because of continuing breezes and dry air.
In Southern California, where fire crews were trying to snuff out a wildfire in the celebrity-studded hills of Los Angeles that destroyed a dozen homes on Monday, Santa Ana winds topped 50 mph (80 kph) in some areas before dawn. About 9,000 people, including Arnold Schwarzenegger and LeBron James, were under evacuation orders.
That fire was caused when a dry branch from a eucalyptus tree was flung 30 feet (9 meters) by high winds into a city Department of Water and Power line and caused sparks, authorities said.
Mayor Eric Garcetti called it an “act of God.” The city had cut away brush and trees from around the line, officials said.
The National Weather Service issued an extreme red flag warning for high winds for much of Southern California through Thursday evening, with some gusts expected to reach 80 mph (130 kph). It could be the strongest bout of winds in years.
No deaths have been reported from the fires, but toppled trees claimed three lives.
Gov. Gavin Newsom and top utility regulators have accused PG&E of mismanaging its power system and failing for decades to make the investments needed to ensure it is more durable.
PG&E President Bill Johnson said he talked to the governor and agreed to give customers affected by an Oct. 9 blackout a one-time credit on their bills, but he did not say how much.
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Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, Simi Valley, California, United States
At the Reagan Presidential Library and Museum, Simi Valley, California, United States. Video was taken on December 24, 2016.
A Walk About the Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley
When the Reagan Library opened, it was the largest of the presidential libraries, at approximately 153,000 square feet (14,200 m2). It held that title until the dedication of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park in Little Rock, Arkansas, on November 18, 2004. With the opening of the 90,000-square-foot (8,400 m2) Air Force One Pavilion in October 2005, the Reagan Library reclaimed the title in terms of physical size; however, the Clinton Library remains the largest presidential library in terms of materials (documents, artifacts, photographs, etc.). Like all presidential libraries since that of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Reagan Library was built entirely with private donations, at a cost of $60 million (equivalent to $137 million in 2015. Major donors included Walter Annenberg, Lew Wasserman, Lodwrick Cook, Joe Albritton, Rupert Murdoch, Richard Sills, and John P. McGovern. For fiscal year 2007, the Reagan Library had 305,331 visitors, making it the second-most-visited presidential library, following the Lyndon B. Johnson Library; that was down from its fiscal year 2006 number of 440,301 visitors, when it was the most visited library.[
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
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My visit to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.
Reagan Presidential Library Simi Valley, California
Opening Ceremonies at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library - 11/4/91
Opening Ceremonies at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum in Simi Valley, CA on November 4, 1991.
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Reagan's major achievement was that the USSR and Soviet Communism collapsed, causing the U.S. to become the world's only superpower. His admirers say he won the Cold War. In 1989 the Kremlin lost control of all its East European satellites.
Ronald Reagan Library #1- Travel Man Dan- Simi Valley, CA
Travel Man Dan shows us in this episode a two part series on the Ronald Reagan Library and Museum. This beautiful place is nestled in the Simi Valley mountains just 40 miles north of Los Angeles.
Loaded with tons of information on Ronald Reagan this museum is a fun day trip to explore to find out more about Ronald Reagan the broadcaster, actor, governor, and 40th president of the United states.
Also be sure to watch part two of this episode when Travel Man Dan explores the Air Force One museum and the current exhibit that is showing at the Ronald Reagan library and museum, the Genghis Khan exhibit.
Enjoy this episode and all the great episodes that Travel Man Dan shows during his adventures around the world!
Its a BIG WORLD out there, make sure you see every bit of it!
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Museum (PSA)
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to the promotion of individual liberty, economic opportunity, global democracy, and national pride.
Perched atop a hill with sweeping views of the southland, the Reagan Library is one of California's most beautiful and unique destinations.
Walk onboard the actual Air Force One aircraft, tail number 27000, which flew seven U.S. presidents.
View a full-size replica of the White House Oval Office, the office in which President Reagan never took off his suit jacket.
Enjoy a replica of the White House Rose Garden and South Lawn and examine an authentic piece of the Berlin Wall.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Center for Public Affairs is the presidential library and final resting place of Ronald Wilson Reagan (1911-2004), the 40th President of the United States . The library is located in Simi Valley, California, about 40 miles northwest of Downtown Los Angeles.
Construction of the library began in 1988, and the center was dedicated on November 4, 1991.
Like all presidential libraries since that of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Reagan Library was built entirely with private donations, at a cost of US$60 million.
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 Reagan's administration. Holdings include 50 million pages of presidential documents, over 1.6 million photographs, a half million feet of motion picture film and tens of thousands of audio and video tapes. The Library also houses personal papers collections including documents from Reagan's eight years as Governor of California.
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley, California, December 24, 2016
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, Simi Valley, California, December 24, 2016. This is the front entrance to the library.
A Tour of the Ronald Reagan Museum in Simi Valley, CA with interview
AmericaJR.com's Jason Rzucidlo reports from inside the Ronald Reagan Library and Museum in Simi Valley, Calif. It is the most visited of all the presidential museums in the country. Watch for remarks from Melissa Giller, director of communications and programs at the Ronald Reagan Foundation. The museum features the real Air Force One plane used by seven Presidents, a section of the Berlin Wall, a life-like Oval Office, a Marine One helicopter, an F-14 Tomcat and much more.
Reagan Presidential Library
This is a video of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library taken on April 26, 2012. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Center for Public Affairs is the presidential library and final resting place of Ronald Wilson Reagan, the 40th President of the United States (1981–1989). Designed by Hugh Stubbins and Associates, the library is located in Simi Valley, California, about 40 miles northwest of Downtown Los Angeles. The Reagan Library is the largest of the 13 federally operated presidential libraries.
Inside Air Force One at Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Simi Valley
Simi Valley Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum
Simi Valley Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum.
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Treat for all ages-Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley
Visiting the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is Simi Valley should be on every travelers list especially those interested in US History.