YOU can make history at the Clinton House Museum. Since 2005 the Museum has been telling the unique Fayetteville story of the early personal, professional, and political careers of President Bill Clinton and Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton. For many of our visitors, the museum is their "gateway" to experiencing Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas. We are also a resource for Arkansas history for area school children and cultural and historical events for local residents of all ages.
We receive generous operational support from Experience Fayetteville, but our programs and exhibits are funded by our supporters and community. Area businesses and individuals become a part of Arkansas history when they sponsor admission, programs, or exhibits.
Sponsorship at any level is an opportunity for your business to increase its visibility and community presence through our advertising, social media, website, and on-site signage.
When admission is supported by the community, Arkansas history is more accessible to a wider audience, including many families and under-served populations. We can more effectively pursue our mission of providing a meaningful experience to area residents and out-of-town visitors. Both annual or month-long admission sponsorship is available.
Program and Event Sponsorships
Attendees at the speaker series' events are typically local residents interested in the community and actively engaged in local schools, nonprofits, and civic affairs. Three events are being hosted in 2017 and six events in 2018. Each event averages 50 to 100 guests. Because the speakers are varied in topics, audiences will vary with each event as well.
We offer programs for children of all ages. We host tours for homeschool groups, class field trips, professional development for teachers, and customized lesson plans and presentations for classroom instruction. Our programs match Arkansas curriculum frameworks for history, social studies, and government. Sponsorship of our children's programs is an opportunity for visibiity to hundreds of parents and teachers in our area school systems.
Throughout the year the museum hosts special events of interest to the community, including a fall tailgate party, Clinton Anniversary open house, 1970s themed party, holiday open house, spring jazz event, and summer garden party. Attendees are typically local residents interested in the community and actively engaged in local schools, nonprofits, and civic affairs. The fall tailgate event draws visitors from all over the state who are in town for a Razorback football game. Event attendance ranges from 50 to 150.