Half-Price Admission on Washington's Birthday (Presidents' Day)
In observance of the Washington's Birthday (aka Presidents' Day) federal holiday, admission to the museum is half-price on Monday, February 20.

"Civics for All of US" live, interactive virtual programs for K–12 students
The spring 2023 "Civics for All of US" interactive virtual programs for K-12 students is now available!

January 9, 2023 - Free Museum Admission Today!
In honor of President Nixon's birthday, admission to the museum is free today.

Please be aware the Research Room will have reduced hours during the Thanksgiving-Christmas season.

Becoming America: How We Gained and Secured Freedom and Self-Government
The Nixon Presidential Library and Museum is proud to announce the return of the Becoming America: How We Gained and Secured Freedom and Self-Government lecture series! In this three-part lecture series, we will reflect on our history as a nation with an overview of our founding documents.

Celebrate Constitution Day with live, interactive virtual programs for students and teachers
Join the National Archives for two weeks of live, interactive virtual programs for K–12 students around Constitution Day, from September 12–23. Each 30-minute program uses primary sources from the National Archives to connect students to the big ideas of the Constitution.

COLD WAR: Soviets, Spies, and Secrets
An all-new interactive special exhibit opening July 4, 2022 at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum.

Watergate Break-in, 50th Anniversary
Links to learning resources related to the June 12, 1972 break-in at the offices of the Democratic National Committee in the Watergate building complex. The investigation into the break-in exposed a number of controversial actions (collectively known as “Watergate”) that led to the highest levels of the Nixon administration and ultimately to the President himself.

51st Anniversary of the Release of the Pentagon Papers
Links to information about the events surrounding the Pentagon Papers release in 1971, which would become the catalyst for the Watergate scandal.