You won't get too many chances to see an Oval Office replica and a motorcycle exhibit in the same place. The Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas currently offers both. The "Art of the Chopper" exhibit
runs through February 8 and shows 30 examples of high-gloss drivable art from around the country. It may not be traditional presidential library fare but it Clinton center director Terri Garner says that the chopper
"defines the end of the 20th century" in the same way Bill Clinton does.
The exhibit is inspired by Tom Zimberoff's photo books, Art of the Chopper and Art of the Chopper II, and portraits of the choppers' creators by Zimberoff are displayed with the bikes. The exhibit is included in the museum's regular admission price and tickets are seven dollars for adults.
[via Dallas Morning News