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Yorba Linda is a city in Orange County and a suburb of Los Angeles in Southern California. Its most famous resident was Richard Nixon. His birthplace is a National Historic Landmark, at his presidential library and museum located there.


The term 'Yorba Linda' was created in 1908 by the Janss Investment Company. 'Yorba' is the surname of the family historical landowners in the area. 'Linda' means 'pretty' in Spanish.

Get in[edit]

You can take Imperial, or if you're feeling dangerous, the 91 East. You can also take Yorba Linda Blvd or Orangethorpe.

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Nixon Library and Gardens
  • 1 Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd., +1 714-983-9120, . M-Sa 10AM- 5PM; Su 11AM-5 PM. Richard Milhous Nixon was President of the United States from 1969-1973. There is an extensive collection of memorabilia, artifacts, formal clothing, and photographs of the Nixons and their children. This collection includes an assortment of bronze figures of world leaders who had important relations with Nixon as president or during his service as vice president under President Eisenhower from 1953 to 1961. The U.S. government limousine used by Nixon throughout his presidency, a customized 1969 Lincoln Continental, is on display in the domestic affairs gallery. A 12-foot-high (3.7 m) piece of the Berlin Wall is exhibited in the expansive foreign affairs gallery. Adult $16; seniors (62+) $12; student, youth and retired military $10; children (5-11) $6. Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum (Q1754354) on Wikidata Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum on Wikipedia
Richard Nixon's birthplace, on the grounds of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum







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