From Watergate to Goldwater, see what life was like as the United States' most infamous president.. Overview Tucked away in the suburb where Nixon was born, the 52,000-square-foot library is said to be the most-visited presidential center in the States. Most days, however, only a handful of guests can be seen wandering the nicely manicured grounds.
The Experience Exhibits chronicle the 37th president's career, including the scandals that led to his resignation. Re-creations of the Lincoln Sitting Room and a private study provide a snapshot of life in the White House. Pat Nixon's blue inaugural dress is featured among several gowns worn by the first lady and daughters. Just outside the birthplace lies the burial site of Nixon and his wife.