The end of the federal government shutdown means that a popular library in Ventura County will be reopening to the public.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library is reopening all of its doors to the public for the first time since October 1st.
Since the shutdown, most of the complex has been closed, except for the Air Force One Pavilion, which is owned and operated by the Reagan Foundation.
The pavilion was open to the public during the shutdown, with entry fees waived, so visitors who didn’t know about the closure would still be able to see part of the complex.
To celebrate the library’s reopening this morning, the first 50 visitors will get free admission.