The Richard Nixon Foundation has added a new docent-narrated tour of President Nixon's birthplace to their YouTube channel. Click the links below to watch!
NOW WITH NARRATION: A Guided Tour of
President Nixon's Birthplace
Experience President Nixon's Birthplace from the comfort of your own home in a just-produced virtual tour.
This virtual tour is narrated by Nixon Library Docent Guild President Vic Dennis, who guides viewers through the two bedroom farmhouse while offering expert insight that the dedicated docents impart to every Nixon Library guest.
Virtual guests are permitted behind-the-scenes access to rooms not accessible to in-person visitors, such as the President's upstairs childhood bedroom, the sewing room, and the pantry.
Frank Nixon built this modest farmhouse in 1912 on his family’s nine-acre Yorba Linda citrus ranch. The family lived there until 1922, 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.
Garden Tours Have Gone Virtual!
Since 1990, annual garden tours have been a much a loved feature of the Nixon Library.
This year, we are bringing the beauty and splendor of the gardens to you with a virtual garden tour, guided by acclaimed actor and director — and President and Mrs. Nixon's eldest granddaughter —Jennie Eisenhower.