Nixon Library: Open with New Exhibits
For the first time in more than a year, visitors can tour the Nixon Library’s presidential museum galleries, which boast a full-sized recreation of President Nixon’s Oval Office and an original 12-foot high section of the Berlin Wall. Two special exhibits debut with the Museum's reopening.
The President and The Planet is an outdoor exhibit throughout the complex that explores the consequential environmental initiatives of the Nixon administration. Evening the Odds: Women Leading the Way, a permanent display on the legacy of the Nixon administration’s efforts to advance women in athletics, politics, and business.
Guests can also tour the special exhibition The Presidents Club. This storyteller exhibition chronicles the fascinating friendships and rivalries between some of history’s most well-known U.S. Presidents, from our Founding Fathers to the present day.
Special exhibits are included with general admission.
Other Museum highlights include the President's iconic farmhouse birthplace and the Pat Nixon Rose Gardens.
The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum is open Wednesday through Sunday, 10am - 3pm.
The museum and federal spaces are opening according to federal COVID-19 requirements, while requirements in the privately-managed Nixon Foundation spaces will align with guidance from the State of California and the County of Orange.