Explore the Ronald Reagan Library & Museum


In a storied career that spanned more than five decades, Ronald Reagan inspired Americans to act and achieve even more than they imagined. His legacy thrives at The Reagan Library where events and exhibits rediscover his values, actions and spirit of determination.

On Saturday, July 6 we’ll explore the Ronald Reagn Library and Museum that includes a special exhibit, The World of da Vinci, featuring over three-dozen reconstructions of Leonardo da Vinci’s fantastic machines, including over a dozen that are built life size including his Great Continuous Organ, Mechanical Lion, and Great Kite. The remarkable exhibition also contains many hands-on interactive stations where you can learn more about his inventions and his art, including the Mona Lisa and Last Supper.

Permanent exhibits include an opportunity to step aboard the Air Force One that flew President Reagan over 660,000 miles – to 26 foreign countries and 46 U.S. states. You’ll see the Oval Office as it was when used by Ronald Reagan. As well as view the repository of presidential records from the administration of Ronald Reagan, 40th President of the United States, and the burial place of the President and First Lady, Nancy Reagan.

Before we explore, we’ll get together for lunch at Reagan’s Country Café which features made-to-order dishes and self-serve options for your dining enjoyment. Conveniently located next to the Berlin Wall exhibit and the Library’s Museum Store, the Café features patio and indoor seating with beautiful views of the surrounding hills and Santa Rosa Valley.

Tickets are $25 ($22 if you’re over the age of 62). We will meet for lunch at noon and start our self-guided tour at 1:30. When purchasing your ticket, select the type of ticket, the date (July 6) and the time frame option of 1:30 – 1:45.

Click here to purchase: https://reagan.systemtickets.org/

Please RSVP by sending an email to events@singularcity.com with PRESIDENT in the subject line so we will know who is coming and can reserve our table for lunch.

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