The museum is currently open Thursday – Saturday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
930 West Clinton Dr.
Fayetteville, AR 72701
We love having groups visit! Please contact us to reserve a time for your tour. We would love to plan a tour for your group, regardless of size or age. Please contact Julie Pennington, Senior Sales Director at Experience Fayetteville, at 479-521-5776 to make a reservation.
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 sightseeing opportunities in these cities. At each of the four locations, you will get your passport stamped with a unique stamp representing that site.
Visit the official Billgrimage website for more information.
Other Billgrimage Sites
Clinton Presidential Library and Museum
The exhibits at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, 1200 President Clinton Avenue, Little Rock, tell the story of President Clinton’s life and the Clinton Presidency. The permanent exhibits, located on all three floors of the museum, present the story of President Clinton’s life before becoming president, during his terms in office, as well as his post-presidential work.
President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site
The small town of Hope in Southwest Arkansas is the birthplace of Bill Clinton. His boyhood home, which is located at 117 South Hervey, is now the President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site. The two-story white frame house belonged to Clinton’s grandparents and is where he lived the first four years of his life.
Hot Springs Visitor Center
Bill Clinton’s childhood home (1954-1961) 1011 Park Avenue in Hot Springs is just blocks from Hot Springs High School at 215 Oak Street (where he graduated in 1964), Park Place Baptist Church (where he was baptized), and his favorite hangouts (The Polar Bar and McClard’s barbeque). A hand-carved sign honoring him is located at the Hot Springs Visitor Center in the Hill Wheatley Plaza on Central Avenue downtown.