President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home
President William JeffersonClinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site where the 42nd president spent the first four years of his life with his widowed mother and grandparents. The park visitor center includes exhibits about President Clinton's early life in Hope and a bookstore. the house has been decorated with period furnishings to appear as it did when it served as the future chief executive's home. Guided tours are offered every 30 minutes beginning at 9:00 am with the last tour leaving at 4:30 pm.
This place is a nice little gem we found in our travels out west. The staff is friendly and fantastic. The tour of the house is free and very informative. I love any kind of history so this was a great find. The gardens and grounds are beautiful and it has a nice little gift shop. the only negative is that they need to establish a parking lot. As it is you must park on the side road. I am glad I was able to learn of this childhood home of Mr. Clinton and see all the photographs and the home. I will recommend this little gem to others.
The National Park Service was kind enough to show me a tour of President Clinton's birthplace. The tour guide was enthusiastic and provided a lot of information about President Clinton's childhood life, his grandparents, his mother and more. They recreated everything as it was back in the 1940s and 1950s. I can't believe this house is built in 1917. I highly recommend everyone to visit this historical site. Thanks to the National Park Service guide for giving a great tour.
Me and my son stopped there on our way from Texas. I was able to learn some interesting facts with my 3 year old. He loved seeing the older toys that former President Clinton played with.
A lovely mid-drive stop with two friendly rangers.
Great park guide. So great, AND FREE!!