Throughout the year, the Clinton House Museum hosts events of interest to the community and related to our mission. We have an annual garden party, 1970s-themed party, and an annual Clinton anniversary celebration in October. We also host tailgate parties, private events, weddings, and meetings. We do take the state and city regulations and the CDC guidelines on pandemic best practices very seriously, so events and meetings may be limited for the foreseeable future.
Watch our event calendar and social media for invitations to our events.
Go to our Photo Galleries to find images of past events!
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This house, our exhibits, and our programs bring to life what it means to live the American promise of public service and reminds us of the rich history of Arkansas.Find out more »
We are READY for the kids! While the young ones are out of school, they may need things to do. Stop by and we'll entertain your family!Find out more »
The Clinton House Museum is kicking of the 2020 History Happy Hour series with our own take on St. Patrick's Day. On Tuesday, March 17th we're celebrating all things green! Our featured craft brew provided by the Fayetteville Ale Trail, and we'll have LIVE music, snacks, and NEW pint glasses, all for $10 at the door. Guests under 30 get in for $5!Find out more »
The Clinton House Museum has a new exhibit in house to commemorate the centennial of the Nineteenth Amendment. Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence is a Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service poster exhibition.Find out more »
Native American advocates Stacy Leeds and Rebecca Nagle discuss the impact of SCOTUS's McGirt decision on Native American rights.Find out more »
The Clinton House Museum is doing a fall cleaning! All books, socks, and jewelry are 50% off through the end of the year.Find out more »
Exhibit coming to the Clinton House Museum: In a survey that spans the life of these ubiquitous messengers, Sign of the Times: The Great American Political Poster 1844–2012 explores a variety of styles, design trends, and printing technology that will delight your eye, engage your imagination, and lead you to ruminate over past political commitments. Sign of the Times features the most exciting and rarely seen posters created in the last 170 years and opens December 10, 2020 and runs through December 31, 2020.Find out more »
Richard Atkinson Speaker Series
Dick, as his friends called him, was known for his warmth, passion, and sense of humor. He was a beloved member of the University of Arkansas School of Law faculty and mentor to hundreds of students over his 30 years on the faculty. Dick originally came to Fayetteville in 1975 at the urging of his Yale University law school friends, Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham, who were both on the law school faculty at that time.
Once in Arkansas, Dick fell in love with the region and its people. The series is named after him to honor his long-time friendship with the Clintons, his commitment to the community, and his love of art, culture, and politics.