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The White House in Miniature Clinton Presidential Center

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The White House in Miniature

February 16, 2008 - July 16, 2008 - July 13, 2008

Clinton Presidential Center

 

FEBRUARY 16 -JULY 13, 2008

An "Insider's" look at the President's house.

Few people are fortunate enough to tour the actual White House and fewer still have the privilege of viewing the Oval Office, Lincoln Bedroom, Master Bedroom and other private quarters. This remarkable exhibit lets you see it all just as it actually looks today!


There are working lights, clocks, telephones, movie screens, garden fountains—even tiny TV sets with channels that can be changed with tweezers!


Tiny hand-built furnishings are precise duplicates of the originals and handcrafted from the same woods.


State Dining Room place settings contain 27 items just like at an actual state dinner.

The White House in Miniature

Clinton Presidential Center February 16- July 13, 2008


The William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock proudly presents one of the world's most remarkable replica masterpieces — The White House in Miniature, created and continuously updated by John Zweifel and family. A huge achievement on a tiny scale!


A "Must See" For Every Age!

• 60 feet x 20 feet, Scale: 1 inch = 1 foot

• Over 600,000 hours to build during the past 32 years

• Furniture made with the same materials as the originals

• Items include replica 1-inch books, handmade carpets, working lights, TVs and more

• Breaking attendance records nationwide


Special discount admission for White House in Miniature exhibit only. $4 Adults / $2 Youth/Students with ID, Retired Military and Seniors. Regular admission required for full Library exhibits.


Coming this summer- Breaking the Veils: Women Artists from the Islamic World


The Clinton Presidential Center is a 10-minute drive from Little Rock National Airport and convenient to the historic River Market District, downtown stores, restaurants and hotels. By car, take 1-30 to Exit 141-A or 141-B. Free car and bus parking available.


Hours of Operation Monday-Saturday, 9 am -5 pm; Sunday 1-5 pm Closed New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day
CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL CENTER
1200 President Clinton Ave. Little Rock, AR 72201 • 501-374-4242

www.clintonpresidentialcenter.org

  

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