The Clinton House Museum is a small and meek one-bedroom house in an 1800 square-foot property that made a dent in history on the 11th of October 1975. In 1975, the would-be President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton exchanged vows in the living room of a house they soon after called their home. The house was built in 1931 and was designed with a Tudor-revival architecture. Visitors can follow the journey of Clinton’s political career as they see different mementos of different stages of his life. There are exhibits on his campaigns like that of his campaign for the US House of Representatives and as Arkansas Attorney General. There are also memorabilia that exhibit his personal life such as the replica of Hillary’s wedding gown. There are also exhibits on the Clinton Family and the history of Arkansas. Interested parties can purchase items relating to the Clintons and Arkansas in the store. Outdoors is the First Ladies Garden which is a collection of 47 flowers, each one being a First Lady’s favorite flower.
The museum aspires to uphold the legacy of the Clintons and its devotion to civic engagement and public service. As such, the Clinton House Museum opens its doors to hosting events that would benefit the interest of the neighborhood and adhere to its purpose. The whole property is available from rent which includes the house, the lawn, the First Ladies Garden, and other gardens. The venue has previously been rented for events such as meetings, weddings, parties, and private events. Additionally, educational programs aligned with the Arkansas Curriculum Frameworks are also available for interested groups.
The Clinton House Museum is located in 930 W Clinton Dr, Fayetteville, Arkansas. It is one of four featured Clinton cities in what they call the Billgrimage. Admission is free for self-guided tours. The museum is open Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays thru Saturdays from 10AM to 5PM and Sundays from 1AM to 5PM. It is closed on Wednesdays, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Due to COVID-19 the Clinton House Museum is temporarily closed until further notice. You may check their website for updates.
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