Bill Clinton Birthplace — President Bill Clinton’s 1st Home Museum, Arkansas
President Bill Clinton’s 1st Home Museum, a unit of the National Park System, listed in the National Register of Historic Places as the Bill Clinton Birthplace, is located at 117 S. Hervey St., Hope, AR. It is operated by The Bill Clinton Birthplace Foundation.
Hope is 30 miles from Texarkana (TX, AR) and 110 miles from Little Rock.
The Visitor Center is adjacent to the birthplace home and address is 412 Division Street.
The museum’s complex of buildings is located 1.4 miles SE of IH-30 in downtown Hope. Parking and entrance is in the back, off 2nd St. The museum is open Monday-Saturday 10:00am to 5:00pm and by reservation. The grounds and exhibits are accessible at no charge, and guided tours of the inside of the home are available for a small fee.
For more information, visit the President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site (NPS website) or the Clinton Birthplace Foundation’s Clinton Childhood Museum website.
The foundation also owns the small house at 321 E. 13th in Hope, where young Bill lived with Virginia and Roger Clinton. There are no tours inside but exhibits are visible through the porch windows.