Welcome to the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

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18001 Yorba Linda Blvd, Yorba Linda, CA 92886
Main Line: 714-983-9120
Research: 714-983-9320

Museum Hours
Monday to Saturday: 10am to 5pm
Sunday: 11am to 5pm
Research Hours
Monday to Friday: 9:30am to 5pm

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Free Speech and Civic Engagement in an American Democracy
In the spring of 1970, President Richard Nixon made the decision to authorize the United States military to cross over the border from South Vietnam into Cambodia. This decision was made to advance attacks to sanctuaries in Cambodia used by the North Vietnamese military in their war against the South. On April 29, 1970, President Nixon appeared on national television to discuss his reasoning for this action. The announcement reignited dissent against the war and led to unintended consequences no one could have imagined.
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Richard Nixon Presidential 1968 Campaign "50th Anniversary"
The 1968 Presidential campaign occurred during one of the most tumultuous times in American history. In an environment teeming with anger, violence, and hostility, Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey and George Wallace each sought the attention of American voters and the right to lead the United States into an unknown future.
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Updates


Research Room Holiday Season Hours
In observance of federal holidays, please be aware the research room will close early on specific dates. Learn more!


September 13, 2018 New Materials Release
Previously classified documents in the National Security Council Files and the collections of Marina von Neumann Whitman (Council of Economic Advisers), Harry R. (Bob) Haldeman, J. Fred Buzhardt, Dr. Henry Kissinger and more are now available.


Senator John McCain (August 29, 1936 - August 25, 2018)
Senator John Sidney McCain III, former U.S. Navy aviator and North Vietnamese Prisoner of War has passed away.