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Yorba Linda Things to Do

  • Come to the Richard Nixon Library &...

    Whether you are a Nixon fan or not, it is worth to come to his tribute. The grounds are just stunning, done is early 1900 Americana. Throughout the year, there are interesting exhibitions here, including book signings and speeches by noted politicians and dignitaries. This is the official birthplace and resting place of the former president,...

  • Nixon Presidential Library & Musem

    The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum is the presidential library of Richard Milhous Nixon, the 37th President of the United States. Located in Yorba Linda, California, the library is one of twelve administered by the National Archives and Records Administration. From its original dedication in 1990 until becoming a federal facility on...

  • Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace

    This was former President Richard Nixon's birthplace and it is now the place that he and his wife were laid to rest. This is a beautiful building and gardens that gives the history of his life from birth, to his early days in college, to his time in the military, and to his presidency. There are several rooms with lots of memorabilia that really...


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  • Save Your Appetite for Duke

    Seek out this relatively hidden and unique food treasure in O.C.- your craving will be satisfied. Duke's Cafe does burgers, sandwiches, gyros and Greek pastries right! The cafe marries good ol' American fast food with Greek tradition, especially in the form of scrumptious pastries like spanakopita, kataifi and thiples plus the popular baklava. The...

  • Step into Stefano's

    Stefano's is a deli/restaurant (trattoria-like) which specializes in glazed, spiral cut hams but there is much more offered.Choose from sandwiches on a roll or in a panini style with most popular sandwich meats and salads.Besides ordering food to go or dining, there are a variety of Italian treats and spices are available to buy here, including...

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    by marinarena Written May 4, 2005

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    People in Yorba Linda tend to be very friendly, remarkably so. Shop owners and customer service persons are geniunely nice, helpful and easy to talk to, without showing fakeness or "put-ons". Strangers walking around tend to say hello or greet you in the market , on the street, any wherever else. Whereas in most major parts of the city where people don't give a damn about you, Yorba Linda is just different. Thank God!

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  • Take in Hilly Views-- Yorba Linda/Chino...

    Yorba Linda is a city without much of what is considered "city". One feels close to the beauty of nature here, unlike what one sees in truly the most city of cities. Head east and north in YL and take in the lovely rugged hill views by Carbon Canyon Park and Chino Hills Park. (Chino Hills is a neighboring suburb that is equal to the charm of YL.

  • Here's a picture of Richard...

    Here's a picture of Richard Nixon's birthplace. The house has been restored on the exact spot where President Nixon's father built it back in 1912.

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  • Appreciate the Small Town Feel

    Talk a walk here and enjoy the goregous small town feel here. There is just not many other cities like YL in the county or in greater Los Angeles. This community takes pride in its look, seeking to beautify. One can see this along many streets here. The center dividers, sidewalks and lawns are kept up well by landscapers. Trees stand tall here ,...

  • Yubert's General Tip

    Picture taken when Pat Nixon passed away. Admission to the library was free and open to all. The lines to get in were very long. There were lots of flowers and the turn out was very moving.I also came when Richard Nixon passed away. Again, the lines were long, actually even longer. I couldn't get in the first day but made it in the second day. I...

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