When your adult group travels to Los Angeles, you may want to consider visiting the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum. Reagan’s career expanded more than five decades and inspired Americans to achieve more than they could imagine. The events and exhibits at the museum focus on his values, actions, and spirit of determination. Your group can take a tour of the facility as part of the visit. The exhibits at the Ronald Reagan Library and Museum are informative and entertaining. Visitors can check out exhibits which include Secret Service, the Oval Office, and the Ronald Reagan Library. The Air Force One Aircraft is also located in the museum. The Oval Office gallery is a full-sized reproduction of the office as it looked during Ronald Reagan’s presidency. The library also has archives with items such as photographs, speeches, personal papers, and audiovisual collections. The Audiovisual collections consist of the Whitehouse Photograph Collection, the Whitehouse Television Collection, and a collection of Whitehouse Communication Agency videotapes. The Air Force One pavilion at the museum is a must-see while your group is visiting. Guests will have the opportunity to walk on board the famous aircraft that flew President Reagan 660,000 miles – to 26 different countries around the globe. The plane was the flying Whitehouse for seven U.S. presidents from 1973 until 2001. Group members will also have the opportunity to view one of Reagan’s presidential limousines and secret service suburbans as part of an exhibit on presidential motorcades. Visitors can also walk around an actual Marine One helicopter that flew President Johnson.