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Clinton House Museum, Fayetteville
(3.4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Not ideal for a busy toddler, but otherwise a fun experience. The garden was really nice, and it was cool to read about the Clinton's being married in the home. 
  • It's a cute home with a neat story. They have a gift shop too. The First Ladies Garden seems to have been added in 2010 and is super cute! They pictures and memorabilia here are worth the visit. It's ...  more »
  • See the former home of a couple of young hippies. Little did they know what would be happening in 2016. Go visit and talk to the friendly hosts. Put aside your political trauma and pretend it's 1975. ...  more »
Google
  • Even though it's a small place, is packed with info. The first ladies garden is very insightful.
  • This is a very cute little museum! It mainly talks about the Clinton's early life, and stops when he begins his White House career. There is barely any parking, so you might have to walk a bit.
  • It's a quaint, quiet house near the University of Arkansas. We were the only guests in there when we went, and it felt a little surreal. The guide took our money, gave a neat little talk about everything, then went to one of the bedrooms and left us to explore. I was amused that even the bathroom, open for visitors, was in its original state! I can see why Hillary wanted to live there.
  • cozy and well kept