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Reagan Library & Vatican Splendors 1-Day Excursion

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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 18 and older
Average Class Size: 20
Teacher: John Powers

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What you'll learn in this history lesson:

Join us at the newly renovated Ronald Reagan Library & Museum, an experience that integrates hundreds of artifacts, over 50% never before seen, and dozens of interactive displays.  Eighteen new galleries pay tribute to America’s 40th president and his accomplishments. In addition to the new interactive experiences, you will have the opportunity to explore old favorites such as Air Force One, the Oval Office, and a portion of the Berlin Wall. But that’s not all! The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum is the exclusive West Coast destination for Vatican Splendors: A Journey Through Faith and Art.  This 10,000 square foot exhibition, comprising one of the largest Vatican collections ever to tour the United States, includes an extraordinary collection of historical and religious objects, some of which date to the first century, as well as works of art by Michelangelo, Bernini, Guercino and others. From the opening theater experience, where visitors will become immersed in the grandeur of the Vatican, to the closing object of a cast of Saint John Paul II’s hand (which guests may grasp), visitors will encounter the art, history and culture of the Vatican with unprecedented access and insight. This special presentation of art and objects includes many never before on display in North America, and some not on view to the general public, even in Rome. Self-guided tour to choose your own walking pace with plenty of places to stop and rest--You may choose to see the Vatican Splendors exhibit first, or you may want to view it after the Museum. Recommend 2-3 hours for the Museum and approximately 1 hour for the Vatican Splendors  exhibit. Enjoy lunch on your own at the Ronald Reagan Café. Step-on guide John Powers will prepare you for this journey back in time with historical remembrances from the 1980s.  Fee includes Library and special exhibition fees.  Depart:  El Camino College lot J (in front of the Marsee auditorium) @ 9:00AM, Return: 4:00PM

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Note: This provider has a temporary cancellation policy for COVID-19 related cancellations which is as follows: 

Anyone age 60 or older can receive a voucher good for 3 years for a future class. Anyone under age 60 with related health condition or illness can receive a voucher with a written note from his/her doctor. 

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Requests for withdrawal from a class must be received at least three full business days before the first class meeting. Upon request you will receive a credit voucher in the amount of the class, less a $15 service fee per class. The credit voucher is applicable toward a future class and is valid for three years. Full refunds will be granted if a class is cancelled by El Camino College. Please allow four to six weeks for processing.

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