Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
Guidelines for Pre-Scheduled School Visits
The Ronald Reagan
Presidential Museum contains artifacts from President Reagan’s childhood and
professional career as well as other objects and exhibits relating to the
office of the presidency such as an Oval Office replica built to scale and SAM
27000, an Air Force One aircraft used by seven presidents.
We are happy that you have
chosen to bring your school group to the museum and ask that you follow these
simple rules for pre-scheduled school tours:
- Send the required one adult per 10 school
children as chaperones.
- Keep all backpacks and lunches on the bus as we
do not have a storage facility for these items.
Explain to students that there is no eating or
drinking in the library and museum except for restaurants or designated
lunch areas. Food, snacks, drinks,
water bottles and gum chewing are not allowed inside the museum
site at any time.
Make sure students of all ages are chaperoned at
ALL TIMES during their visit to the library. Do not allow students to wander off on
their own, tour the facility on their own, or visit the gift shop or the
restaurants on their own.
- Make sure you accompany your students in the gift
- Make sure you accompany your students in any
Watch your students carefully throughout the
museum – in any theaters, exhibits, lines, shops or other spaces to make
sure that they are quiet and orderly. While many artifacts and other objects are within reach, it is
important that they do not touch any artifacts or objects in the museum.