Okay, so I just had to visit the Clinton Presidential Library so that I could say that I've been to a Presidential Library. I was pleasantly surprised by how nice it was. I would recommend about 3 hours to visit the library and fully enjoy it. We did take the advice of another review that said to pay the extra $3 for the audio tour = well worth the cost. President Clinton has always been an excellent speaker and story teller and I feel this is what made the "extra" touch for the audio tour. Everyone that works/volunteers in the Library is just so nice, informative, welcoming, etc.
We were able to park right next to the building for free. The building itself is much larger than I expected from pictures. It's 3 stories tall with exhibits on all 3 floors. When you come into the building you have to go through security, then pay, and start your self guided tour. (take time to use the restroom before starting the tour). We started with a short video of Bill Clinton's life in Arkansas through being President, narrated by Bill himself.
I would recommend taking the time and really thinking about everything that was going on during his terms, studying the exhibits, viewing the displays, etc. Talk to the personel and listen to their stories. You can tell that they really do care about the Library. There's a full replica of both the Oval Office and the Cabinet Room - great for taking pictures.
After the tour be sure to take the free shuttle, from the front of the building to the Clinton Store. If nice weather you could walk also walk it as it's not to far. But once at the store you can take a short walk to the Market District and grab a bite to eat before catching the shuttle back to the Clinton Library.
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