The Clinton Presidential Library and Museum
is located on the banks of the Arkansas River in the River Market District of downtown Little Rock, Ark. It is part of the broader Clinton Presidential Center and Park
that also includes the Little Rock office of the Clinton Foundation and the University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service.
The state-of-the-art museum has 20,000 square feet of exhibit space featuring interactive stations, a 110-foot timeline showing the Clinton Administration as it unfolded, people's gifts to President Clinton during his administration, permanent and changing exhibits, and much, much more.
The Crystal Tree of Light
is especially eye-catching. According to a sign, it was created by the world renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly.
The full-scale replica of the Oval Office is, according to a sign, "identical in every detail to the Oval Office during President Clinton's years at the White House." Moreover, there is a White House Cabinet Room reconstruction.
On Nov. 12, admission to the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum is free in celebration of its November 18, 2004 opening.