Travel back in time and learn about one of the most complicated presidencies in US history. The Nixon Library is a rich memoir of that period housing 70 new major exhibits, one-of-a-kind multi-media experiences, 11 original films, 12 digital interactives, 10 archival film sequences, over 600 photographs, 8,000 square feet of wall murals and more than 300 artifacts. Here, you can learn about Richard Nixon’s life all the way from his original 1910’s humble farmhouse birthplace in rural Yorba Linda to his elegant room in the White House and a study at La Casa Pacifica. A myriad of all-new permanent exhibits are available for your visit and you will begin the tour with The Marlene and Fred Malek Theater to watch a multi-media introduction to Richard Nixon’s 50-year career in public service and complete the experience with a walk through White House East Room, the largest room in the Executive Mansion. One of the highlights of the museum is the presidential helicopter Marine One that took Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and Ford on their international visits.