The Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum

General Exhibit Support
$5,000 and Above

The Museum is home to more than 100,000 artifacts that chronicle the life and times of the 40th President of the United States and the former first lady. The museum itself helps visitors retrace Ronald Reagan's extraordinary rise from popular television and motion picture celebrity to the California governorship and the American presidency. A realistic replica of the Oval Office, interactive displays throughout the museum, and several galleries devoted to the principles and policies of Ronald Reagan that had such a dramatic impact on the nation and the world, such as his efforts to end the Cold War, his foreign policy emphasis on Peace Through Strength, and the positive changes in the national economy due to his belief in low taxes and small government. Funds are needed to maintain and refresh the permanent collection and to bring exciting new exhibits so that each visitor's experience is always compelling and instructive. In addition to the numerous items of historic and personal significance on permanent display, the collection includes many "head of state" gifts that were presented to the President and Mrs. Reagan.

For More Information

For more information, please call the Development Office at 805-522-2977, fax us at 805-520-9702, or email wwithers@reaganfoundation.org.

Development Office
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation
40 Presidential Drive
Simi Valley, California 93065

Museum Store
The Diaries of Ronald Reagan edited by Douglas Brinkley
$35.00
An abridged version of our 40th President's daily entries of life as Americ...