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 President Reagan's gravesite, draws in history buffs and provides children with an often-interactive primer to America’s 40th president. Visitors can use the museum’s GuideCam handheld device for a detailed audio tour. Headphones allow 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 the Ronald Reagan Pub housed within the museum, which features sandwiches and beverages.
FastFrame outlines photographs and wall-worthy art with more than 1,000 frames in styles ranging from baroque gold trims to funky, contemporary schemes. Dedicated to craftsmanship and creativity, professional framers help select matting hues to complement a diploma or the original Bill of Rights banning knuckle cracking. All projects are completed onsite, ensuring that no materials get dented or lost by clumsy carrier pigeons, and clients can return any custom designs for complete retooling within 30 days if they don't match homes' décor.
Simi Valley's Lewis Galleries is a great place to go for some amazing artwork.
Feeling hungry? Sit down for a bite to eat at this museum 's restaurant.
Don't ditch your four-legged pal outside — dogs are more than welcome at Lewis Galleries.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
When you want to admire the great works of culture, head on over to the museum at Joy Art Gallery in Simi Valley.
The doors are open for you at this museum with their people friendly restaurant and great, home-cooked food.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Kiska the wolf was the first wild animal to roam the grounds at Moorpark College. She soon became part of the Exotic Animal Training and Management (EATM) Program. With the addition of landscaping and enclosures that mimic natural habitats, the program transformed into a 5-acre zoo with primates, coyotes, emus, and an African lioness. The zoo currently houses almost 135 animals and caters to students in the EATM. In addition to class work, they visit the zoo daily, learning how to train
and care for exotic animals. Patrons can witness these interactions with the animals at the shows or during the animal demonstrations where student trainers present animals performing behaviors they have trained.
Each piece of fine art or limited-edition print hanging on the wall of Westlake Village Gallery, LLC comes from a twentieth or twenty-first century artist. That includes the illustrative giclees of Chris Dellorco, the impressionist paintings of Arbe, the seascapes of Maurice Meyer, the landscapes of Mark King, and reinterpret the classics of Charles Lynn Bragg. Because prices range from $100 to $9,000, casual and serious art collectors alike can find an original piece for their home, office, or car.