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Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum
Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

18001 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda, California, 92886

The Basics

Get to know a trove of historic items: 70 major exhibits, 30 multimedia experiences, 12 custom interactive experiences, 11 original films, 10 archival film sequences, more than 600 photos and 300 artifacts, and around 8,000 square feet (743 square meters) of wall murals. Sit in the replica Oval Office, admire the replica East Room, tour Nixon’s birthplace, walk the Pat Nixon Gardens, and visit the helicopter in which he left the White House.

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Admission to Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Ticket
Admission to Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Ticket
$25.00 per adult
Traveler Favorite
It held memories of the...
It held memories of the past that were politically unhappy. It was worth reviewing as we learned more of Nixon’s history in depth. Sad for his family how it all ended.
Cheryl_S, Jul 2022

Recent reviews from experiences in Anaheim & Buena Park

star-5
It’s a nice trip
Carol_S, Jul 2022
California’s Presidential Library and Museum History Tour
Daniel is our tour guide and spoke English very well. The two Libraries are totally different, and the Nixon’s is better in my mind. I enjoyed my solo trip very well.
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Family Visit
Shirley_M, Jun 2022
Admission to Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Ticket
Our visit with our grandchildren was amazing. Interesting and interactive. The new layout is wonderful and the visit to the Oval Office was a treat.
star-4
Great visit but Viator cost was lots high than purchasing at entrance
Martie_M, Jun 2022
Admission to Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Ticket
The movie is a great overview. Going into Marine One helicopter was fun. Viator charged way more for the entrance tickets than if we had bought them when we arrived
star-5
Learned a lot
Jon_F, May 2022
Admission to Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Ticket
Great experience learned a lot. Well laid out and immaculate. Closer than I thought. I went to Whittier College myself
star-5
Enjoyable visit
Laurene_H, Apr 2022
Admission to Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Ticket
We really enjoyed our time spent at the Nixon museum and library. The exhibits were very informative and the docents were very enthusiastic and helpful.
star-4
Very informative about...
Angie_R, Dec 2021
Admission to Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Ticket
Very informative about the life and childhood history of President Nixon. Loved the Oval Office and touring his childhood home.
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Nixon Museum and Library
cruisinspain, Oct 2019
Admission to Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum Ticket
Nixon library Comprehensive history lesson about Nixon and what happened during his tour in the White House including Water gate It was good to be reminded of his accomplishments, despite how everything ended after the Watergate Scandal. He resigned putting country above politics.It helped me see the whole picture of his presidency. The gift shop has some out of the ordinary gifts which made it fun to shop.
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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The library and museum is a must-visit for fans of history and politics.

  • Active military members and children 4 and younger can enter for free.

  • Paid, docent-led tours are available.

  • The library and museum are accessible to wheelchair users.

  • Free WiFi is available on-site.

  • President Nixon and his wife, Pat, are buried here.

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How to Get There

The museum is located in Yorba Linda, about 40 miles (64 kilometers) southeast of Los Angeles. There is free parking on-site. The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) bus line Nos. 20, 26, and 131 also stop nearby.

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When to Get There

The museum is open daily, with holiday closures for Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. Arrive early to view the helicopter exhibit, which closes at dark.

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Nixon’s Birthplace

Make a point to tour the house where President Nixon was born in 1913, located on the grounds. The simple clapboard house was built by President Nixon’s father in 1912, and the family lived there until 1922. In 1990, the house became a part of the private Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace, a precursor to the current Presidential Library and Museum. The house was renovated to replicate how it would have looked when the Nixon family lived there.

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Frequently Asked Questions
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