Renovations, Interactive Exhibits Highlight Changes To Reagan Library

SIMI VALLEY (CBS) — When the Ronald Reagan Library re-opens to the public on February 7, patrons will find more than 26,000 square feet of new exhibits and renovations.

You’ll be able to read from the former president’s diary, as well as set a table for a state dinner…and what is sure to be a crowd pleaser, a chance to act alongside the former actor in one of his movies.

The new library exhibits are being unveiled the day after what would have been Ronald Reagan’s 100th birthday.

There will also be 17 new galleries, some featuring never-before-seen artifacts.

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