Highlights from the Archive
View the most recent featured documents from the Clinton Digital Library.
Current Temporary Exhibits
CLOSING SOON, Mandela: The Journey to Ubuntu
September 24, 2017 – February 19, 2018
This exhibit allows visitors to experience locations that played an integral role in South Africa’s path to racial equality and President Mandela’s personal fight for freedom. Visitors will be able to step into a recreation of the eight-by-seven-foot prison cell that Nelson Mandela was sentenced to live in for 18 of his 27 years in captivity, which visually demonstrates the harsh reality to which he was confined.
The Great Expedition: Exploring the Louisiana Purchase and its Impact on Arkansas
February 3 – March 4, 2018
This exhibit explores the impact of the most important land deal in American history – one that ultimately created the State of Arkansas. It features three original Louisiana Purchase documents alongside art and artifacts from the Arkansas State Archives, Historic Arkansas Museum, Ouachita Baptist University, and the Tennessee State Museum.
Archived White House Websites
“The first White House Web Site was developed in 1994, during the Clinton Administration. The then White House took snap shots of each version. These versions are historical materials, frozen in time, which means that they are no longer updated and links to other sites will not work. Some images were not provided to the National Archives and Records Administration and may appear as broken images or links.”
View the “Clinton White House Archived Websites” Collection here.
See What Our Visitors are Saying
This impressive facility will keep you busy for hours (regardless of your political leanings), and does not attempt to gloss over any of the more embarrassing moments of his Presidency any more than glorifying his many accomplishments.
John S, October 2016 via TripAdvisor.com
Wonderfully curated and very interesting the multimedia presentations allow visitors to go as deep as they want. I loved seeing the President’s daily calendar as well as all the history. Very easy to navigate.
Alicedc, September 2016 via TripAdvisor.com
The building itself is very impressive, LEED certified, and an appropriate setting for artifacts from one of the more momentous eras in our history… For presidential documentarians and history fanatics, the WJC Library is a must.
Writerby, July 2016 via TripAdvisor.com
Regardless of your politics you will enjoy this museum. We visit a lot of museums every year as we travel and I can say that this is one of the best! We have been to several presidential museums and this one is so very detailed and very different.
Oniedu, September 2016 via TripAdvisor.com