On its 25th anniversary – and with four million visitors since opening on July 20, 1990 – the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum announced that it has scheduled to close its permanent museum galleries on September 28 to begin a $25 million renovation and the implementation of new civic and leadership educational programs. The new permanent museum galleries will reopen in fall 2016. “The Nixon Library’s permanent museum galleries are 25 years old and have largely remained in their original form,” said Bill Baribault, President and CEO of the Richard Nixon Foundation. “The gallery renovation will bring new exhibits, updated technology, interactive displays and participatory learning opportunities to the visitor experience – making the Nixon Library a top destination for visitors not just in Southern California, but around the country,” Baribault added. “Our mission

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