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“Sweet little piece of history”

Clinton House Museum
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Recommended length of visit: <1 hour
Owner description: We love welcoming guests from all over the world to the first home of Bill and Hillary Clinton and where they were married. The Museum is situated in the beautiful Ozark Mountains in Fayetteville, Arkansas. This home has a special place in local, national, and international history. Bill Clinton took Hillary Rodham's hand in marriage 17 years before he would be elected President. The home's series of owners also have deep roots in local Arkansas history. The museum houses memorabilia of Clinton's early political career, including his campaigns for US House of Representatives and Arkansas Attorney General. Temporary and timely exhibits cover the history of Secretary Clinton's life in public service and her time in Arkansas. The collections include a faithful replica of Hillary's wedding dress and a timeline of the Clinton years in Fayetteville. Our museum store has books related to the Clinton legacy, Arkansas history, Arkansas politics, and the culture of the Ozarks. We also have mementos, gifts, and more for a keepsake of your visit. The Museum is open to the public and donations are welcome.
Reviewed February 25, 2013

We are so lucky to have this little spot in NWA. The home is beautifully preserved w/ a gorgeous rose garden in honor of Hillary Clinton, and they are always having fun events.

1  Thank EvolvedMommy
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Reviewed February 8, 2013

Museum is informative, and the bookstore has some good books & interesting artifacts. The admission fee is now $8 for adults.

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Reviewed December 10, 2012

This is a must-visit for politicos visiting Fayetteville as well as those interested in architecture. The museum is very homespun and definitely give you a feel for the early years of the Clinton partnership. The staff is friendly and unobtrusive. The gift shop items are quite interesting and not strictly limited to the Clinton legacy.

2  Thank ctaxolotl
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Reviewed October 20, 2012

We toured the first house that the Clinton's owed as they started their political careers. For us it was very hard to find. It is very close to the U of A and students are everywhere. We missed it 3 times then finally found it. The house now has a large embellished razorback out front so it will be easier to find. The street name changes often so we finally had to call for help to get there and was directed to it. The house is small and most of it shows pictures of the Clintons. We did tour the garden dedicated to the First Ladies and it is small but nice. Not being political but not all First Ladies were represented. There is a $5.00 fee to tour...but I am sure the funds go to support the up-keep of the house and gardens. I did use the Clinton's bathroom which was a fun thing to go actually. Since he was a 2 term President it was worth seeing....just have good directions getting there.

1  Thank Frieda C
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Reviewed October 5, 2012

Gave a good feel of the area and what it was like in the 1970's, The admission fee of $5 seemed high but I knew I wasn't like to be in the area again. You can use the potty That the Clintons used and it still had the same tile.

Thank TOMMYNJ
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