Class Visits
There are many exciting learning opportunities for you and your students here at the Reagan Library. The Air Force One Discovery Center allows students to experience firsthand the responsibilities and challenges faced by leaders in our government, military, and media as they are immersed in our award-winning critical decision simulation. As either a student or a teacher, you can join The Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center and its commitment to engaging the future leaders of America and developing proactive informed, educated, and conscientious citizens and leaders. You can also call to schedule a class tour of the exhibits or attend one of our on-site Education Workshops through the National Archives.
Discovery Center
An academic field trip for grades 5th and above, where students are immersed in a historical crisis during President Reagan's term in office.  Students role play a member of the oval office, a military official or a member of the press corps in a realistic setting that will engage and excite them from the very beginning.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum offers the opportunity for educators to provide students a unique museum experience according to their specific needs. Docent-guided tours are available for teachers wishing to provide a more structured visitation for their students, and self-guided tours are offered for those wishing to create their own schedules.
Student programs and professional development training are made available through the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Presidential Learning Center, both on-site and on-line.
Reagan Library Video Tour

Emmy and Golden Globe winning Actor Gary Sinise hosts this informative video tour of The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum.
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Museum Store
Library Ornament
Ronald Reagan Library Seal and Ronald Reagan's signature etched on this met...
American Hero-Leather Bound
Over 500 archival and full-color images-the story of Ronald Reagan.  L...
"It can be done" Desk Plaque
A replica of the desk plaque that had a spot on President Reagan's desk dur...