AAA Editor Notes
Nixon Presidential Library & Museum, 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd., includes museum galleries, theaters, gardens and the farmhouse in which Nixon was born in 1913 and lived until he was 9 years old. The Katherine B. Loker Center contains a detailed replica of the stunning White House East Room, location of Presidential addresses, press conferences and state dinners.
Exhibits include life-size statues of 10 world leaders of his time as Vice President and then President, a 12-foot high section of the Berlin Wall and President Nixon's Presidential Limousine. A helicopter that served as the “Flying Oval Office” during the Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and Ford administrations is on the grounds. The museum also features a re-creation of the White House's Lincoln Sitting Room, Nixon's post-presidency study and a Watergate gallery. Also on the grounds are the gravesites of President Nixon and his wife Pat.
Food is available. Time: Allow 2 hours minimum.