William J. Clinton Presidential Library, Little Rock

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William J. Clinton Presidential Library boasts the largest archive of any presidential library in the United States and houses the Clinton Foundation offices. Since its opening in 2004, this center has hosted hundreds of thousands of visitors every year, as well as the students of University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, which is part of the same complex. This is the 13th presidential library in the United States and was entirely privately funded. In addition to photographs, documents, and other texts, this library contains artifacts from the 1993–2001 presidency of William Jefferson Clinton, as well as accurate, life-size replicas of the Oval Office and Cabinet Room as they looked during Clinton's tenure. Plan your William J. Clinton Presidential Library visit and explore what else you can see and do in Little Rock using our Little Rock tour planner.
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  • Architecture does not fit the area, antiseptic. Grounds are pretty and located next to bridge to NLR  more »
  • We tried to determine if this was open before we visited. Their website isn’t completely clear they are closed to the public. It appears they are closed if you plan to do research. So, we called...  more »
  • Agree or disagree with the politics of the President, the office should be respected. The design of this presidential library while small, is very dense and quite transparent in sequence of events that happened his 8 years in office. I most enjoyed being able to open a binder to a random day during his presidency and being able to view the day's schedule. If you are in Little Rock, this is absolutely worth checking out.
  • Interesting place to at least remember the 90s. Good exhibits and the people there are top notch. I especially like the fact that they owned both the good and bad parts of his presidency. The replica of the cabinet room and the Oval Office were neat. Lots of outdoor stuff to look at nearby as well.
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