Best Presidential Libraries I’ve Visited (Not Based On How Good The Presidents Were)

by Andrew Osborne

1. Nixon Presidential Library (Yorba Linda, CA)

It’s fascinating to see the Nixonian version of Watergate, etc. (surrounded by old white people who don’t appreciate snarky comments from young wiseasses at their shrine (shades of Graceland)). Bonus points for the hall of life-sized world leaders & the fact Dick and Pat are actually buried right there!

2. LBJ Presidential Library (Austin, TX)
Three words: folksy LBJ robot.

3. JFK Library (Boston, MA)
Campaign hats, buttons.

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