Educational and Cultural Center

Although the Center exists principally to house the presidential archives, 90 percent of visitors come to view the exhibits in the museum.
 
These exhibits tell the inside story of the Clinton Presidency, providing a direct connection to history through actual memos and rough drafts, up-close photography, video clips, and countless unique artifacts. The story they tell is one of hard work, long hours, and a shared dedication never to lose focus on the work of the American people.
 
Whether you study the exhibits in great detail or just tour the Center in an hour or two, you will see the story of the building of an economy that afforded all Americans the most extended period of prosperity in our history. You will ponder the challenge of ancient enmities that continue to threaten the world, and you will take stock of the breathtaking rise of new technologies that give us the ability to respond to future challenges by bringing all nations more closely together into one global community.

 

Upcoming Events

Our renowned on-site restaurant, Forty Two, offers a variety of dining selections for Center visitors and locals alike. Stop by 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Saturday to enjoy a delicious and affordable lunch featuring seasonal and locally grown ingredients. It’s farm-to-table in a modern museum setting. Admission fees are NOT required to dine at Forty Two; however, regular admission fees apply to tour the museum. Visit Website

The Clinton Museum Store, conveniently located in the lobby of the museum, offers a diverse selection of unique memorabilia and gifts, including books, accessories, collectibles, and more. The Museum Store also features items related to the current temporary exhibit. Visit Website

The Clinton Climate Initiative’s Home Energy Affordability Loan (HEAL) is the first of a new breed of employer-sponsored “energy benefits” which bring energy efficiency and sustainable practices to the workplace. Employee Energy Benefits are turnkey programs that are delivered in much the same way as voluntary benefit offerings, such as a 401k or Flexible Spending Account. As the pioneer program in this movement, HEAL is primarily designed to lower the employee-participant’s home energy expenses, but future Energy Benefit offerings could target other areas of impact such as commuting/transportation or water conservation. Read More