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Little Rock - Clinton Presidential Center

1200 President Clinton Avenue
501-374-4242

About the Center:

The William J. Clinton Presidential Center includes America’s newest Presidential Library housing the largest archival collection in American presidential history. Located on the banks of the Arkansas River in the heart of Little Rock’s River Market District, the Clinton Library provides an exciting and educational experience for visitors of all ages.

Featuring 20,000 square feet of exhibit space, the Clinton Library chronicles American history at the turn of the 21st century. Interactive exhibits, including a White House Cabinet Room reconstruction and a full-scale replica of the Oval Office, give visitors a first-hand look into the life and work of the 42nd president. Other featured exhibits include 13 policy alcoves and an interactive 110-foot timeline within which the history of the Clinton Administration unfolds. Another section of the museum is designed to present exhibits about life in the White House: showing the splendor of state events, the spirit of holiday celebrations and how the Clintons made the White House their home. Also included is a gallery designed to rotate exciting new exhibits through the Library on a regular basis.

The Center plays host to a number of free festivals, musical performances and special events throughout the year, providing entertainment the whole family can enjoy! It also offers several free admission days each year to commemorate President Clinton’s birthday, the Fourth of July, and other special occasions.



Reviews

Laura Johnston Kohl

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Thursday, April 12, 2018
I got to sit at the Presidential desk, and look Presidential while talking on the President's phone. There was a good photographer. It just cost $15! The exhibits were awesome also. The gift shop honored musicians and others who touched Bill Clinton's life Very nice!

Vasiliy Ulin

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Wednesday, Dec. 27, 2017
Basically a museum in honor of Bill Clinton. It was a truly fascinating and interesting visit. They even had the president's Limousine on display there. All sorts of things to look at and admire. The souvenirs and gifts he received from other countries, a short movie about Bill Clinton's history and how he became a president. Truly a fascinating experience. p.s. Part of this 'museum' is used for other displays, when I was there, the GIANT BUGS were on display and that was quite cool too. I've heard that sometimes they have art displays there and some other things so a little extra.

Tasha Gilbert

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Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018
I loved this place. It was educational and scenic. I advise bringing tennis shoes to wall the bridge after your visit. The staff was helpful. The Mandela segment was very interesting. I applaud the makers for their creativity.

Dooley Vandyke

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Wednesday, April 11, 2018
We went two hours out of our way in an RV with a tow car. The roads are too narrow. They had allowed the local civics club to park in the RV school bus area , no place to park. They told us to wait an hour and we could get in But we could not wait in the bus turn around area. Bummer. Poor communication. Poor staff skills

Lila Fulmer

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Saturday, March 10, 2018
My friend and I enjoyed the restaurant, Forty two. Food and service were great.

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