Former President Bill Clinton has nominated President Obama as the Democratic party's nominee for President. He did that during his speech Wednesday at the Democratic Convention.
This will be President Clinton's 7th speech at a DNC so he is no stranger to this stage.
The last time was in 2008 to bridge the divide between President Obama and Hillary Clinton's supporters.
We've already heard from more than 40 speakers Wednesday night so that's a lot to take in but, just like at the RNC, delegates do get some downtime.
"When I was a kid I collected political campaign buttons," said Jim Warlick.
The American Presidential Experience is now a lot more than buttons.
"They've got to catch Air Force One thats the big hit of the show," said Warlick.
Owner and curator Jim Warlick says he fell in love with politics on a trip to Washington DC when he was 12.
He went on to work for a congressman and in 1980 designed political buttons to sell at the national conventions.
"I did better in one week than I did in the year with my congressman so I left and started traveling," he said.
His non-partisan collection expanded and after 9/11 when many school trips to D.C. were canceled.
He opened a presidential museum in Branson, Missouri and he took his exhibits on the road for the first time in 2000 to the Republican National Convention in Philadelphia.
The experience takes you into the oval office. You can even sit behind the desk.
There's a fuselage from former presidential candidate John Kerry's campaign plane modeled now to look just like Air Force One.
"To climb aboard, walk through, see the presidential quarters as it was when President Reagan traveled around the world," said Warlick.
You can take questions from the press podium and take a look at the cars from president's past, including a replica of President John F. Kennedy's limousine.
Gowns of the first ladies are here and these talking presidential heads are full of fun facts.
"I hope some kids get inspired by this and perform a life of public service and get involved," said Warlick.