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The research room at the Clinton Presidential Library will be CLOSED on Monday January 20th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The museum will be open regular hours, 9:00 am to 5 pm. President Clinton joins hands with Dexter King and Coretta Scott King during a Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemorative Service at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia....

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The Clinton Presidential Library & Museum will be closed on Monday January 6th and Tuesday January 7th. The Clinton Museum Store and 42 bar & table will also be closed. The library will reopen at 9 am on Wednesday January 8, 2020. The research room will be open regular hours on these dates. Individuals who wish to conduct research should email clinton.library@nara.gov or call the archives reference line (501) 244-2849 for...

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Holiday Closures – Updated


Posted on Dec 9, 2019

Updated 12/18 to reflect Executive Order issued 12/17. The Clinton Presidential Library research room and museum exhibits will be closed on Tuesday December 24th (Christmas Eve), Wednesday December 25, 2019 (Christmas Day) and January 1st, 2020 (New Year’s Day). The research room will close at noon on Tuesday December 31st (New Year’s Eve). President Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton posing next to the 1999 White House...

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Come to the library before Christmas and visit with Santa on Saturdays in December. Kids of all ages can have a photo taken with Santa, enjoy activities, and special holiday entertainment. Santa will be onsite from 9 am to 1 pm. The event is free. Regular admission rates apply to tour the museum...

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The Clinton Presidential Library is bringing back the decade that brought us blockbuster movies, must-see television shows, genre-changing music, iconic fashion, collectible toys, and the rise of PCs and the World Wide Web. The exhibit features an exciting and diverse display – from props and scripts to fashion and tech – that, together, will tell the story of popular culture in the United States at the end of the 20th century. You...

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