Education Tours at the Nixon Library Resume June 1, 2022!

Education Tours at the Nixon Library!



President Nixon visiting Concordia Elementary School fourth and fifth grade students in classrooms. The classes had sent him birthday cards. 1/13/1971, San Clemente, California, Concordia Elementary School, classroom. WHPO-5456-08

Dear Educators,

The Nixon Library is happy to announce it is now accepting requests for the Education Tour Program! All tours will resume on June 1, 2022, and advance reservations are required. For additional information or to request a reservation, visit the Education Tour Program webpage.

Our Education Tours are designed to cover the totality of President Nixon's life and times. We have designed grade group specific themes and discussion points that have been gleaned from, and meet California state curriculum standards on history, social studies, and civics.

National Archives-sponsored Education Tours are free of charge to all students, teachers, and 1 adult chaperone per 10 students. Volunteer docent-led guided tours are offered to students groups of 15 students or more (not to exceed 100 participants) in number.

Guided tour requests must be made at least one month in advance and are therein subject to availability. Groups of 14 or less will be afforded 'self-guided' tours, whereby the group will lead themselves through the galleries, birthplace, and Army One helicopter. Admission fees are waived for self-guided tours. 

National Archives Education Tours at the Nixon Library are open to all local public, private, charter, and home schools, as well as “out-of-school-groups” such as scout groups.

To schedule a tour, please fill-out the education tour request form and submit either by email to:, fax: 714-983-9111, or post mail to:

Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

c/o Education Tours

18001 Yorba Linda Boulevard

Yorba Linda, CA 92886


We hope to see you soon!

(For-profit tour companies/applicants who host student tour or education programs, can schedule tours by visiting or emailing for further assistance.)

Please feel free to contact us at if you have any questions.

Stayed tuned for regular updates from the Nixon Library Education and Public Programs Team.


The Nixon Library Education and Public Programs Team