Little Rock, Arkansas

What an honor and privilege to visit the Clinton Presidential Museum in Little Rock, Arkansas. I thank God for the chance to visit a 2nd presidential museum in a year [see Gerald R. Ford blog].

This was a dream come true as I had always wanted to visit. Again, I had no expectations or preconceived notions. Did not know what to expect. First of all, the building itself is architectural majesty. The structure is a sight to behold. It sits on the slope of a hill and overlooks the majestic Arkansas River. A pedestrian bridge is nearby as well. Beside the museum is a park — user friendly for walkers, runners, cyclists and sightseers.

Inside the vast building are artifacts, papers and emblems of the administration. My favorite park was a replica of the oval office. It was large yet intimate and filled with all sorts of keepsakes and lovely furnishings. I highly recommend a visit to the museum as well as a walk across the pedestrian bridge.

There are three floors and the tour begins on the top floor. Each floor offers fascinating peek into the presidency. On the ground floor is an actual full-size presidential limousine. So much to see here

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