Of the 13 presidential libraries in the United States, two are in California, both of which are in the southern region. The Nixon Library & Museum is one of those, located in Yorba Linda. It’s an ideal destination for history buffs and those curious about American history. It’s smaller than the Ronald Reagan Library in Simi Valley, but it still provides a good amount of information on Nixon, including details about the Watergate Scandal. The exhibits are also fascinating, such as the statues of foreign leaders and a piece of the Berlin Wall. His birthplace and the helicopter that flew Nixon, Kennedy, Johnson and Ford around the world are also at the museum, although sometimes they’re not available to see depending on weather conditions. Admission is $6 for adults and free parking is available right outside.