FREE ADMISSION ALL DAY - Nixon Presidential Library

Tell me and I will forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I will understand.

~Chinese proverb
Nixon President

(Updated) February 15th, 2016, we celebrate President's Day. What better way to spend the day then by visiting your local museum or local presidential library. The Nixon Presidential Library and Museum is hosting a free day on February 15th, 2016 (original post 2/18/2013) along with activities. This is a great way to learn about our presidents and our nations history. This museum has some amazing things that you can share and discuss with your kids. Including in the tour is the childhood home of our late President Richard Nixon. You will see first hand a presidential helicopter. Bring cameras and walking shoes. This a good size library and museum. I won't tell you too much for now. I want you to get out and explore.  All you have to do is order the tickets online through EvenBrite  and they will be sent to your email box.
Order your tickets here EvenBrite
You may contact their website for more information: Nixon Library
The Richard Nixon Foundation for event information: Free Admission
If you don't live near Orange County, CA. then I suggestion you contact your local museum to find out how they are celebrating President's Day. You maybe surprise to find out they may be hosting fun activities to keep families involved.  
Remember to keep learning and field tripping even if you are 96 years old. It is never too late to field trip.  
Happy President's Day!

Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum


Temporary Admission Prices:

Adults: $6.00

Seniors: $4.25

High School and College Students w/ ID: $3.50

Active Military: $3.50

Children (7-11): $2.50

Children (6 and under): Free

Members: Free 


Daily 10 AM to 5 PM
Sundays 11 AM to 5 PM 

Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day 
Disclaimer: My love of learning and keeping my community informed is why I share my local events. I was not paid or compensated for posting about this event. All opinions are all my own and are not affiliated with this organization. Happy field tripping.
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