The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum has informed and inspired more than one million visitors since opening in 1991. Perched on a mountaintop with sweeping views of mountains, valleys, and the Pacific Ocean, this 100-acre site, 45 minutes from downtown Los Angeles, offers memorable experiences for people of all ages.  Visitors can follow a young Ronald Reagan on his rise from local hero and college standout to the glamorous world of Hollywood stardom. His campaign trail and inauguration as the 40th President of the United States, the Oval Office, and key events of his two terms are revealed through documents, photographs, and artifacts from eight dynamic years in the White House.  These opportunities and many more await visitors at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.

 

Researchers of all kinds are welcome to conduct research using our collection of presidential, gubernatorial and private papers, records and historical materials. The Library staff works to ensure that these irreplaceable items are preserved and made available for the widest possible use by researchers.

 

The Reagan Library and Museum is one the modern presidential libraries administered by the National Archives and Records Administration.