In addition the the Google Arts & Culture virtual tour of President Nixon's birthplace available on our website HERE, the Richard Nixon Foundation has added a new virtual tour of President Nixon's birthplace to the Foundation's website. Click the links below to learn more.
EXPLORE PRESIDENT NIXON’S BIRTHPLACE ONLINE
Drop right into RN’s original, humble birthplace —on the grounds of the Nixon Presidential Library— by navigating this all-new, just-released virtual tour!
Step through the front door, click and see:
- The dining table at which the Nixons enjoyed dinner every night, the same table at which RN said he learned to debate
- The bedroom in which RN was born, on a cold, stormy January 9, 1913
- Hannah Nixon’s china and cookware collection, including her favorite White House Recipes cookbook!
- The upstairs bedroom in which RN and his three brothers lived, studied and slept — only available to tour right here online!
Frank Nixon built this modest farmhouse in 1912 on his family’s nine-acre Yorba Linda citrus ranch. The family lived there until 1920, selling the home and the property and moving to nearby Whittier, California to open a grocery market.
Richard Nixon is the only native-born Californian to become President of the United States.