Visitors can experience the blockbuster exhibition, Egypt’s Lost Cities, in addition to all of the Reagan Library’s permanent installations
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Egypt’s Lost Cities is now open at the Reagan Library
This one-of-a-kind exhibition walks visitors through artifacts from two ancient Egyptian cities that have been submerged underwater for twelve hundred years, dating back to the era of Alexander the Great .
Franck Goddio, an underwater archeologist, discovered the find of a millennium as he located not a shipwreck but an entire civilization.
This remarkable story is told at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum’s Egypt’s Lost Cities exhibition.
This exhibit showcases more than 250 incredible artifacts including:
- Colossal 16-foot sculptures
- Precious gold coins and jewelry
- Objects inscribed in ancient Egyptian script
The artifacts will be seen alongside ancient Egyptian artifacts from museums in Cairo and Alexandria.
Don’t miss this epic story of their discovery!
Photo Christoph Gerigk © Franck Goddio/Hilti Foundation.
About Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum chronicles the life and career of President Reagan on a sprawling, 100-acre Simi Valley campus. The museum's more than 100,000 square feet of exhibits, including an Oval Office replica and sprawling views over the regions rolling hills, draws in history buffs and provides children with an often-interactive primer to America’s 40th president. The Reagan Library is one of two places in the nation where the general public can visit an F-117 Stealth Fighter on permanent display. The audio tour, which is included, allows private immersion in the background of exhibits such as Reagan's actual Air Force One and a piece of the Berlin Wall. Examining all the exhibits usually takes about three hours, though visitors can rest and refuel at Reagan’s Country Café or the Ronald Reagan Pub housed within the museum, which features sandwiches and beverages.