The Clinton House Museum and our parent organization, Experience Fayetteville, has joined the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association, the first in Arkansas to do so.

We believe that our membership in this organization is a signal of our commitment to serving all communities, and it is directly in line with the Clinton legacy of civil rights initiatives. Tourism industry data calculates the economic impact of LGBTQ+ travel at more than $211 billion a year. IGLTA was formed in 1983 and is the leading member-based global organization dedicated to LGBT tourism. IGLTA has more than 5,500 tourism business contacts in 80+ countries.

Angie Albright, museum director, says, “In all aspects of our organization we want to give people an opportunity to experience history and participate in this great Fayetteville story. This includes offering tours in Spanish as well as English, our free admission, and membership in organizations such as IGLTA.”

The Clinton House Museum is also excited to participate in this year’s NWA Pride parade and festival.