Our Los Angeles Tour Can Go to the Reagan Library
A Private Los Angeles Tour Heads to the Reagan Library
We have a couple of major presidential stops in the Los Angeles area for history buffs to enjoy. One is the Reagan Library and Museum in Simi Valley just north of Los Angeles. Opened in 1991 it is the largest of thirteen federally operated presidential libraries. Located upon a bluff overlooking the valley this beautiful facility is also one of the most impressive collections of presidential memorabilia owing in large part to the popularity of this “movie star” chief executive in a time of increasing international media coverage of Hollywood celebrities and heads of state. 60 million pages of documents, more than 1.6 million photographs, a half million feet of motion picture film, tens of thousands of audio and video tapes, and over 40,000 artifacts contribute to the historic value of the library and museum. However, it is the last of the Air Force One 707s that draws the gasps and admiration of visitors to this wonderful Los Angeles destination. Marine One, the Sikorsky helicopter used for short journeys, is also housed in the pavilion as is President Reagan’s custom armored limousine. When our Elite Adventure Tours guests ask to visit this museum we are happy to include it in their custom private tour around Los Angeles.