A visit to the historic Clinton House Museum might fascinate those older children and parents because of it's tudor revival style, and the fact it was built all the way back in 1831.
However, did you know that the Clinton House Museum has a other fascinating history? Kids - can you guess what it is? Here's a hint: it's all in the name.
You see, Clinton House Museum is where former US President Bill Clinton and his wife Hilary Rodham Clinton actually lived! You can walk in the footsteps of a US President!
The museum features a host of programs, exhibits and special events that not only inform and educate of this important part of US history, but it also preserves the history home and it's role within the Fayetteville community.
A visit to the Clinton House Museum is taking it back to where it all began - to the start of one of the most powerful unions in political history.
More suited to the older kids so they can understand the importance of this museum, you can visit the living room where they were actually married (we're not kidding!), and even see some rare memorabilia from Bill's early political career.
In fact, fans of the President call this a "Bilgrimage" - clever!
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, it's a fascinating day out that might just inspired kids to go on and become someone great!
Free, but donations welcome
Same as adult
Grab something to eat in Fayetteville before you head there, there are plenty of places!
Keep an eye out for any special events they have on throughout the year!
They have a gift shop where you can pick up some great books and gifts, including historic and political items too!
Just speak to staff if you have questions about accessibility!
Make sure you spend time in the First Ladies Garden too