President Bill Clinton's 1st Home Museum and the adjacent Clinton History Exhibit Center have recently expanded the historical exhibits, with images from Bill's family, childhood friends, and events. The museum's exhibits strive to prompt an understanding of how influences of Bill's first ten years helped shape his ideas and policies, concepts now influencing the whole world. The Clinton Museum Store offers some of President Clinton's favorite books, crafts from the Clinton Global Initiative and Fair Trade Federation, as well as postcards, educational items and political memorabilia.
NOTE: Transitions in Progress 2010-2011
The Clinton Birthplace Foundation, Inc. gifted President Bill Clinton's 1st Home to the National Parks Service in January 2011, a gift to the nation and the world. Location: 117. S. Hervey St., Hope, AR. Home is open daily for interpretive tours 8:30-4:30. Free.
Interim website: www.nps.gov/history
Telephones: 870-777-4455; 870-722-8508.
The Clinton Birthplace Foundation, Inc. and The Clinton Museums Association of Friends continue to preserve Clinton's 2nd Home at 321 E. 13th St. (passive exhibits through porch windows) and to work with the National Parks to benefit Clinton's 1st Home.
P.O.Box 1925 Hope, Arkansas 71802 | Telephone 870-722-6929
On-line store is pending.
(C) 2009, 2010, 2011 Clinton Birthplace Foundation, Clinton Museum Association of Friends, Clinton Childhood Home Museums