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A must see for fans of Hilary & Bill

The museum has limited free parking, but there is some free parking on the street as it is in a... read more

Reviewed 24 July 2018
ransom007
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Anaheim, California
Only stopped by for a quick look

We didn't get a chance to go in but we stopped by, simply because we were in the area. It's a nice... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2018
Natalie C
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Birmingham, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If you are expecting a museum in the traditional sense you will be disappointed. Really just a couple of rooms with a few bulletin boards displaying items, but bereft of much in the way of furniture or history. I know Arkansas is proud of the Clintons and everyone wants to get in the act, but this is a half-hearted effort. Free, will only take thirty minutes if you read everything.

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Reviewed 19 September 2018

I just felt evil in that house...but it might have been because I was wearing my Make America Great Again Hat.....you can walk through in 10 min. The rose garden was dead...and parking is very narrow. There is a tour you can pay for but I don't think they were impressed by my MAGA hat so I left.

Thank Pammy B
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Reviewed 24 July 2018

The museum has limited free parking, but there is some free parking on the street as it is in a residential neighborhood. There is no admission charge, but there is a donation box if you are so inclined. It is the house in which the Clintons got married. They also lived there for a couple of years early in Bill's political career. It is, after all, a residence and not very large. There is a guide if you would like a guided tour or you may wander about the place on your own. There is a small gift shop which seemed to consist of books about or written by the Clintons.

Thank ransom007
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Reviewed 11 July 2018

We didn't get a chance to go in but we stopped by, simply because we were in the area. It's a nice house and interesting to see where Bill and Hillary lived and got married - regardless of your views on them, they are part of American history. I would have gone in if we had time.

Thank Natalie C
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Angie A, General Manager at Clinton House Museum, responded to this reviewResponded 12 July 2018

We look forward to showing you around next time you're in Fayetteville!

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Reviewed 29 June 2018

Very interesting and educational tour, led by a friendly and knowledgeable staff member. Many photos and descriptions of the Bill and Hillary Clinton early years in Arkansas, and the Arkansas political campaigns and offices leading up to his successful run for President.

Thank JBMac05
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Reviewed 19 June 2018

A wonderful addition to Fayetteville, it should be on the list for all of our students from about 4th grad up in History or Social Studies classes to visit. It is a shame that the local schools dont take more advantage of it.

Thank lhayes40
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Reviewed 31 May 2018

Located on a little street off the Arkansas University campus. Very cute home! The story is Bill & Hillary were working as professors at the University. As they drove by this house, Hillary said "Oh, that is a nice house!" Bill went back, bought it and proposed! They ended up getting married in the living room of this small home which is very cozy and comfy. Hillary didn't want a wedding dress but her mother insisted, so she went to Dillards (Department store) the day before the wedding and bought a very simple dress for $53. The dress is on display in the living room. Very casual, 70's style, cotton dress! Lots of photos to look at and interesting facts. One of Bill's campaigns was headquartered in this very living room! The kitchen is replicated as it was when Bill & Hillary lived there. Yes, it is free to go in and look around. Yes, they do accept donations, but it isn't mandatory. Very interesting stop for a peek into U.S. history. Probably an hour or less would be fine here unless you enjoy reading everything in a museum.

Thank Channie055
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Reviewed 27 March 2018

It's free but they like donations. A very nice little house with nice but again small grounds. The volunteers there were friendly and very helpful and worth the time to stop to hear what they had to say.

1  Thank KeithAlbany_NY
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

This museum is in a charming, quirky little house where the Clintons lived in their youth. The house is filled with interesting details. It's a quick visit, interesting for fans of the Clintons, people interested in politics, and those who are curious about daily life in Arkansas in the 20th century.

1  Thank Rebecca H
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Reviewed 18 January 2018 via mobile

This house is the first place Bill and Hillary Clinton lived after getting married. They lived here for less than two years but they left their permanent stamp here and the rest is history. It is restored to the time they lived here so it looks like a typical house would have in the early 1970s. Entrance is free and short guided tours are given

1  Thank Michael K
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