"In many ways, I know that all I am or ever will be came from here…"

Named for the father who died shortly before his birth, William Jefferson Blythe III later became the 42nd President of the United States. In this place, the experiences shared with his mother & grandparents in rural Arkansas developed the broad views on race relations, social justice, and public service that defined his presidency and life after the White House. For Bill Clinton, "Hope was home."

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In celebration of the 10th anniversary of President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home NHS, former President Bill Clinton share memories of his time spent in Hope, Arkansas and looks ahead to the future with lessons learned from his past.

Ranger Tours take you inside the Birthplace Home

Ranger Tours of the Birthplace Home

Note: Tours of the Birthplace Home are currently suspended as a result of COVID-19.

Programs and special events to commemorate our tenth anniversary as part of the NPS.

Celebrate our 10th Anniversary

Programs and special events to commemorate our tenth anniversary as part of the National Park Service.

Take a virtual visit inside the birthplace home of our 42nd President.

"I still believe in a place called Hope"

Take a virtual visit inside the Birthplace Home of the 42nd President of the United States, Bill Clinton.

White two-story house with green trim lit at dusk with trees behind

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Ranger travel tips for visiting the Home.

Last updated: June 4, 2021

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Mailing Address:

117 South Hervey Street
Hope, AR 71801

Phone:

(870) 777-4455
The park's phone number is answered daily between 9:00 am CST/CDT and 5:00 pm CST/CDT. A voicemail message can be left after site hours.

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