Old Main
The historic building's front lawn was the site of an emotionally riveting presidential campaign stop for Bill Clinton on October 23, 1992. Advised that it would be a waste of time and that he should move on to the undecided states, Clinton insisted he visit Fayetteville. He spoke to an enormous crowd of friends and supporters, reminiscing about his days here.

Farmers' Market
Rub elbows with area farmers and artisans on Fayetteville's Downtown Square every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning from April through mid-November. Choose from the best of locally grown vegetables, fruits, plants, flowers and crafts.

Waterman Hall
Established in 1952, this hall is home to the U of A School of Law where Clinton taught from 1973 to 1976. In 1973, Clinton recommended the hiring of Hillary Rodham, who joined the faculty in 1974.

Historical Marker
This marker, located in front of the School of Law on Maple, commemorates the Clintons' attendance in the mid-1970's. It is part of a series of markers dedicated throughout the campus in 1999 to commemorate significant events and people.

Senator J.W. Fulbright Sculpture
Senator Fulbright was a role model and eventual employer of Bill Clinton, best known for his expertise in foreign affairs. In 1993, Clinton presented him with the Presidential Medal of Freedom, just two years before his death. At the dedication of the statue in 2002, Clinton spoke about Fulbright's hiring of Clinton by saying, "Had I not received that fateful phone call in 1966, I never would have become president."

Pig Trail Scenic Byway
This 19-mile scenic byway in the beautiful Boston Mountains is a short drive packed with gorgeous scenery, twisting turns and choice outdoor recreation. In his autobiography, My Life, Clinton mentioned how this road was "such a beautiful drive." Take Highway 16 East from Fayetteville to Brashears and follow Highway 23.

Not only did a future U.S. President and Secretary of State call this 1930s brick cottage their first home, they were married right in the living room. Now is your chance to make your own special memories at the same place Arkansas’ most famous political duo did in October of 1975. 
From the historic rooms to the First Ladies Garden behind the home and quaint West Lawn, the Clinton House Museum is a venue like no other. With affordable rates and flexible scheduling, the intimate setting of the Clinton House Museum provides the perfect atmosphere for your small wedding, reception, private party, or both.
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Except for the sign in the yard, this house is hardly distinguishable from the others in the neighborhood. Yet, in 1975, two people – a future president and a future secretary of state – were married in the living room. This was the first house that Bill and Hillary Clinton owned. They would enter the White House 17 years after leaving this home. Today, it offers you the chance to step back in history.
See for yourself the house that served as the backdrop for their lives in the mid-1970s. Through photographs, documents and videos, you’ll learn about a part of Clinton’s life that many never have – a time that isn’t about being president, but about being a future president. No matter your political beliefs, you’ll be able to learn about what makes a president and how a town in the Ozark Mountains became the first home of Bill and Hillary Rodham Clinton.
We invite you to learn more on a tour of the museum. It is located south of Dickson Street at 930 Clinton Dr. (formerly California Blvd.) and is open Monday through Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information, call 479-444-0066, toll-free 877-BIL-N-HIL.

• Witness rarely seen memorabilia from Clinton’s early political career.
• Watch video of ads from his 1974 and 1976 political campaigns.
• Learn from his friends and constituents what life was like in Fayetteville for Clinton.
• Study some of Clinton’s earliest political speeches showcasing his unique style that would later become famous.
• Follow a timeline to put his Fayetteville years in perspective.
• View a faithful replica of Hillary’s wedding dress, just like the one she wore when they were married in the living room.
• Peruse the gift shop for books and mementos, and be just steps away from the University of Arkansas campus where the Clintons taught law from 1974 to 1976.

While you’re at the museum, pick up a driving tour of other Clinton-related sites. You can even start your Billgrimmage tour here. It’s a passport to sites around Arkansas that are a part of Clinton’s life, from his birthplace to his library. 
Clinton House Museum

The “Billgrimage” is an exciting opportunity not only to see sites related to President Clinton’s time in Arkansas, but also experience the beauty and charm of his home state as you make your way from one site to the next.
An Arkansas passport featuring the four Clinton cities, Hope, Hot Springs, Little Rock and Fayetteville, has been created to help you enjoy your visit.  The passport has information about Clinton sight seeing opportunities in these cities.   At each of the four locations you will get your passport stamped with a unique stamp representing that site.

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Make the Clinton House Museum a stop on your next Group Tour of Fayetteville!

The Clinton House Museum is the ideal setting for group tours, small receptions, parties, meetings, fundraisers and much more. With interior space for 50 guests and the ability to expand outside with tents, the house provides a space for all needs at very reasonable rates.

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Volunteer at Clinton House Museum


We are always looking for dedicated individuals who will positively influence our environment.  
The volunteer program is open to all interested individuals. We have many opportunities for all people over the age of 14 to be involved and at a variety of times on weekdays and weekends. We also provide internship and service learning opportunities for college students. 

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The Museum will be closed on Sunday, April 1, in observance of the Easter holiday.

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Come Visit


Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Closed on Wednesdays

The museum will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day. 


We welcome your donations!  

Special tours available. Please contact museum in advance for information.


930 West Clinton Drive
(some maps say California Drive)
Fayetteville, AR 72701

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From weddings and receptions to social events and meetings, the Clinton House Museum is a unique and wonderful place to gather. Click the button below to find out more about scheduling an event with us!

Our Mission

The Clinton House Museum and its collections interpret the lives of President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton during the time they lived in Fayetteville and occupied the home at 930 W. Clinton Drive. With its range of programs, exhibits, and special events, the Museum promotes the legacy of the Clintons' commitment to public service and civic engagement for international, national, and local visitors as well as preserves the historic home and its role in Fayetteville, Arkansas history. 


Want to volunteer your time? The Clinton House Museum can always use the time and talents of those interested. We are looking for friendly faces to help make this experience memorable to our visitors.

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479-444-0066 or 877-BIL-N-HIL
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