with Egypt’s Lost Cities Exhibit
Spend a memorable day at the state-of-the-art, Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum featuring 18 galleries paying tribute to America’s 40th president. Visit a full-scale replica of Reagan’s Oval Office, see a piece of the Berlin Wall, explore interactive exhibits, read letters written by President Reagan to Nancy and pay your respects at their final resting place with spectacular views of the Conejo Valley. The Air Force One
Pavilion features a presidential limousine and secret service suburban, a Marine One
helicopter and the Air Force One
airplane that served seven U.S. Presidents. Also on view for a limited time is the exhibit: Egypt’s Lost Cities
, featuring 200 authentic artifacts from museums in Cairo and Alexandria that help to provide a better understanding of life during the age of the pharaohs. On view are gold coins, delicate ceramics, exquisite jewelry, bronze vessels, three colossal 16-foot statues, as well as other ancient Egyptian artifacts. These items were recovered two decades ago by underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio and his team when they discovered the two ancient and forgotten cities of Thonis-Heracleion and Canopus which were lost to natural disasters and the rising tides of the Mediterranean Sea more than 1200 years ago. Enjoy lunch on your own at the Reagan Library’s Country Café or The Pub. Click here for important trip information.