The William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum is located in North Little Rock, Arkansas, and is dedicated to the memory and legacy of former President Bill Clinton. The National Archives and Records Administration manages the facility and is part of the Presidential Libraries system. The museum features exhibits on the Clinton presidency, including a replica of the Oval Office, a research center, and an auditorium. The library holds a vast collection of Clinton-related documents, including papers from his time as Governor of Arkansas and President of the United States. Information can be found here.
Visitors can also take a tour of the adjacent Clinton Presidential Center, which houses the offices of the Clinton Foundation. The Clinton library is one of the top tourist attractions in Arkansas, but it could be much more significant,” said Arkansas Tourism Director Scott Schaffer. “With this renovation, we’re hoping to make it a must-see destination for visitors worldwide. The renovation, which is set to begin in 2019, will include a new entrance pavilion, an expansion of the museum’s exhibit space, and a new outdoor plaza overlooking the Arkansas River. See here for information about The Arkansas Inland Maritime Museum: A Hidden Gem.