The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, located in Simi Valley, California.
The library is situated on 100 acres on top of a hill. On a clear day you can see the Pacific Ocean.
Goats and sheep can often be seen grazing nearby
Visitors left flowers at a bronze statue near the entrance
Air Force One
This Flying White House, tail number 27000, served seven U.S Presidents from 1973 to 2001.
Reagan would have turned 100 in 2011
Reagan kept a book of inspirational quotes throughout his life
Some of the uniforms he wore during his Hollywood film days
What the President and First Lady wore to the first inauguration
Video clip of the President during his GE spokesman days
The Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF) treaty signed by Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev, eliminating nuclear and conventional ground-launched ballistic and cruise missiles with intermediate ranges
A piece of the Berlin Wall
A look out the back...the President is buried on the grounds and visitors can check out the memorial site.
Elements of the 'Just Say No' campaign
Back from his radio days in Iowa
Some of First Lady Nancy Reagan's outfits
Menus from every state dinner were kept on record
Replica of Reagan's Oval Office
The President kept two plaques of encouragement on his desk while working out his economic plan with House Speaker Tip O'Neill