But time has mellowed me and improved this museum. It is now run by the NARA (National Archives and Records Administration) which means it has been revised to give a complete review of Nixions' political career. There is now a large display relating to Watergate and his Abuse of Government Power.
Nixon spoke with Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin during their moonwalk.
Six-ton Sikorsy VH 3A “Sea King”
Another new addition is the Presidential Helicopter which you can walk through.
This was the helicopter he flew on August 9, 1974 when he resigned and flew from the South Lawn of the White House to Andrews Air Force Base.
Although you can take a tour of his boyhood home, the second story is no longer open to the public (NARA safety issue).
Unique among historic homes, instead of possessing a few original items, nearly everything inside this house is from the Nixon homestead.
I can now recommend this as a museum worth visiting.