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Ronald Reagan Presidential Library - Ronald W. Reagan Library & Museum

All photographs taken by Kenneth A. Larson. All rights reserved. © 2006 - 2017.


opened in 1991. 40th President of the United States, reproduction of the Oval Office, Air Force One, final resting palce. Museum and library. Atop a hill at the far west end of Simi Valley, looking west toward the Pacific Ocean and the sunset.


Looking up to the complex from the west. The large structure at the left is the home of Air Force One.

Republican elephant.

Entry.

Entry.
East facade.

Statue of President Reagan.

Statue of President Reagan.

Statue of President Reagan.

Fountain.

Fountain.

Flags at entry.

Flags.


Entry.

Entry.

Courtyard.

Roses.

Exhibit.

Voting booths.

Exhibit.

Oval Office reproduction

Reproduction of the Resolution Desk used by many presidents.

Oval Office.

Oval Office.

Oval Office.
Fireplace.

Air Force One



Starboard side.

Nose.

Tail.

Tail.

Starboard side.

Starboard side.

Starboard side.

Starboard side.

Starboard side.

Starboard side.

Starboard side.

Port side.

Port side.

Port side.

Nose.

Nose.

Nose.

Nose.

Nose.

Interior.

Wheels.

Engine.

Window.

Hangar window.

Limo.

Helicopter.

Mural.

Berlin Wall


Berlin Wall.

Berlin Wall.

Berlin Wall.

Berlin Wall.


Final resting place, facing the sunset.


Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan.

Ronald Reagan.

Ron and Nancy.

Ron and Nancy.

Now is resting place for both Ron and Nancy.


F-14 or F-15 parked on the lawn.

West facade.

West facade.

West facade.

Lookingsouthwest

Looking west

Looking west.


Field of flags.

Field of flags.

Field of flags. Entry to courtyard.

Field of flags.

North end.

North end.

Temporary exhibit on Lewis and Clark.


Survey tools.

Wagon.




Temporary exhibit on Disney.

Actor Ronald Reagan was the Master of Ceremonies at the opening of Disneyland.

Animation Stand.

Walt's office.

Walt's office.

Walt's office.


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