The facility consists of 20,000 square feet of exhibit space, including a White House Cabinet Room reconstruction and a full-scale replica of the Oval Office. The permanent exhibits are divided into the following areas: the Campaign, Inauguration, the Vice President, White House at Work, Life in the White House, and the Work Continues. There is also a film produced by award-winning filmmaker Harry Thomason which introduces visitors to Clinton and the Clinton Library. (As hard as it is to believe, there are now voters who were born during the Clinton White House years.)
Currently the temporary exhibit “Nathan Sawaya’s Art of the Brick” features a variety of structures that this lawyer-turned-artist has created out of LEGOs.
The Clinton President Center is open for exhibits from 9am to 5pm on Monday through Saturday and from 1pm to 5pm on Sunday. Prices range from $3 to $7 with active US military and children under 6 admitted for free.
Forty-Two is the restaurant at the Clinton Presidential Center. It is open from 11am to 2pm seven days a week. Lunch is served Mondays through Saturdays with a brunch served on Sunday. Forty-Two also offers special events such as cooking demonstrations, kids chef camps, and Around the World Thursdays one night each month.
The Clinton Museum Store is located down the street from the Clinton Presidential Center. It is open Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5:30pm, and Sunday from 2pm to 5:30pm. It is the official gift shop of the Clinton Presidential Center. (Federal law prohibits the sale of merchandise on National Archives property.) It features a variety of merchandise celebrating not only the Clinton presidency, but also politics, political parties (Democrat and Republican), and issues which are important to Bill Clinton.