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The Permanent Exhibits

The permanent exhibits at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library and Museum reflect the events, ceremonies, day-to-day workings of the White House, the lives of the President and the First Family, and the accomplishments and work of the Clinton Administration. The exhibits display the story of President Clinton’s life before becoming president, during his terms in office, as well as his post-presidential work.

The exhibit areas are located on all three floors of the Library. Maps and tour information are available at the Admission Desk. Select the photos below to further explore the exhibits.

First Floor Exhibit Highlights:

Presidential Limousine

Second Floor Exhibit Highlights:

The Orientation Theater The Inauguration Cabinet Room Timeline Protecting the Earth Campaign for the Future Making Communites Safer Confronting Conflicts Making Peace Restoring the Economy The Little Rock Nine Expanding Our Shared Prosperity Science and Technology Building One America Learning Across a Lifetime Putting People First Preparing for New Threats

Third Floor Exhibit Highlights:

Clinton’s Early Years People’s Gifts State Events Life at the White House Celebrations at the White House

 

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