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The Richard Nixon Library & Museum

Yorba Linda, CA
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(714) 993-5075

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18001 Yorba Linda Blvd Yorba Linda, CA, 92886
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  • Tim Castro 13 days ago

    I very much enjoyed this Presidential Library. I appreciated the fact that the Curators attempted to present a balanced view of Richard Nixon, and even devoted an entire gallery to the Watergate scandal. Nixon's birthplace house, and Presidential helicopter are also interesting exhibits. Well worth a visit.

  • Sarah Bullock 31 days ago

    Surprisingly balanced exhibits on Nixon's contribution to history. Watergate andChina sections fascinating. Library is nice but my favorite part was the kit house he grew up in, restored and on the property.

  • Tiffany James 52 days ago

    Went yesterday for the Apollo 11 exhibit. I had my mom and grandmother with me. It was awesome to learn how so much of Southern California had a hand in making this mission possible. I especially loved the fact that my mom kept finding things behind the glass, that they had owned at that time, even down to a little green ashtray that belonged to my grandma! My grandmother has dementia. She may not remember what happened 10 minutes ago, but if it was years ago; she'll remember. This whole exhibit put a huge smile on her face, and that made me happy as well. Thank you so much, I'll definitely return.

  • Alexa 57 days ago

    A compelling, one of a kind museum! Visiting this museum definitely transformed my perspective on Richard Nixon. Regardless of your political views, this museum provides personal and family history. He was more than just a Watergate Scandal. There is an re-creation of the Oval Office to resemble the White House. Outside, there is a garden with absolutely breath-taking view and has Nixon's original house that he grew up in. In addition, there is also an actual Marine helicopter he has used. If history isn't your cup of tea, I do not recommend you to visit as the exhibits revolve a timeline of Richard Nixon. Regardless, you should come with an open mind filled with curiosity!

  • Steven Smith 90 days ago

    For me, this is one of the more interesting of the presidential libraries. But then again, for better or worse, Nixon was one of the more interesting presidents. The museum has the normal things that a presidential library museum has, but it was built on the grounds of his birthplace, which is one of the highlights of the compound. However, to me, the most exciting piece on the grounds is he helicopter that was Marine One on the day that Nixon left the White House. While you can't take photos inside, you can take one standing at the top of the stairs flashing the victory sign like he did the final time that he boarded it.

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