Behind Closed Doors: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library


Behind the doors of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library lies a treasure trove. Aside from the various presidential memorabilia inside, the breathtaking panoramic view of the hills painted with the awe inspiring colors of nature outside are a sight to behold. They are reasons enough to make a visit.

You can just drive up and spend an afternoon in the courtyard and enjoy the sunset or dine at the Reagan’s Country Cafe. The courtyard and the cafe is accessible to the public without entering the museum.














Definitely a great place for a picnic date up in the mountains or a place to go with your parents or grandparents if they love a little piece of US history.



The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
40 Presidential Drive
Simi Valley, California 93065
(800) 410-8354

Hours of Operation:
10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday – Sunday
(except Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day)

Ages 18–61: $15.00
Ages 62+: $12.00
Ages 11–17: $9.00
Under age 11: Free





~ by Happy Sole on March 8, 2012.

10 Responses to “Behind Closed Doors: Ronald Reagan Presidential Library”

  1. Beautiful photos! I am a WordPress photographer, so I love posts like these. Great job!

  2. Wow! The views are breathtaking. With a view like this, anyone would be motivated to read even if they are not a bookworm! 🙂 The rattlesnakes can be a bit scary though. o__O

  3. Gosh, what an awesome location for a museum! First time to read about this, and would definitely try to visit when we’re back in the state/

  4. Wonderful photos again. Sigh, I really need to take lessons na haha Good for you that you get to visit libraries and museums. When I was in Europe, I only went around in the cities!

  5. Love your photos! Sigh. I really need to take lessons na haha Buti ka pa you get to visit museums and libraries. When I was in Europe I didn’t have time for them 😦

    • Funny. I have yet to take lessons myself. Gusto mo sabay tayo mag-lessons? hehehe

      Isa pang funny. The museum visit was just a sidetrip from a shopping spree at a nearby outlet shop. Very strategic. 🙂 The european outdoors is a big museum. Mas nakakainggit ka pa rin!

  6. wow! you never failed to amaze me sis! Nice post… I love the photos! inggit much…

    P.s. kindly change my url in your blogroll list.

    Thanks sis 🙂

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