Back in January, we got a sneak peek at the construction at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum and today we got to see the finished product.

The Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum has been closed since last fall in order to redesign many of the exhibits. In fact, the only two exhibits that remain the same are the Oval Office and the Cabinet Room.

If you think that you've seen everything that the museum has to offer, you're mistaken. The new exhibits are completely different than what you've seen before, and the museum worked to make everything more interactive.

In addition to the upgrades and redesigns done to the exhibits, they also built The DeVos Learning Center.

The official rededication of the museum will be Tuesday, June 7 at 10 a.m. Museum entry will be free to anyone wishing to check it out on Tuesday.