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The Road to the Presidency

Located near campus and nestled in an old neighborhood in Fayetteville is the first home of Bill and Hillary Clinton. Except for the sign in the yard, this house is hardly distinguishable from the others in the neighborhood. Yet, in 1975, two people – a future president and a future secretary of state – were married in the living room.
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Relive the barnstorming days of early aviation with the Museum's collection of aircraft from the 1920s through the 1940s. See a World War I fighter plane, next to the sleek "Mystery Ship", winner of the 1929 National Air Race and star of two movies. Choose a self-guided tour or arrange for your group to have a guide explain all the exhibits.
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Mother of Mothers, we sing unto you

Completed in 1875, this twin-towered brick building is a stately landmark. It housed the first classes taught at the university. Today it contains the beautifully restored Giffels Auditorium and historic displays, as well as the administrative offices of the Fulbright college of Arts and Sciences.
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All Seasons Trail
Signs mark this driving tour, which passes a number of city landmarks, the UA campus, homes of significance and scenic points of interest. A brochure is available at the Fayetteville Visitors Center 21 S. Block or Fayetteville Town Center, 15 W. Mountain.

Arkansas Air Museum
Relive the barnstorming days of early aviation with the Museum's collection of aircraft from the 1920s through the 1940s. See a World War I fighter plane, next to the sleek "Mystery Ship", winner of the 1929 National Air Race and star of two movies. Choose a self-guided tour or arrange for your group to have a guide explain all the exhibits.
Address: 4290 S. School, next to Drake Field Phone: 479.521.4947
arkansasairandmilitary.com
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Fayetteville Visitors Bureau

21 South Block Ave.
Fayetteville, AR 72701

479-521-5776 local
800-766-4626 toll free
479-521-4731 fax

info@experiencefayetteville.com

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