The house at 207 East Champ Clark Drive is a National Historic Landmark and features hundreds of artifacts. It is called Honey Shuck for the seed pods of the locust trees in the yard.
The Clarks lived there for more than two decades starting in 1898, including the years Champ served as Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives and ran for president.
One new feature visitors will notice this year is a reconditioned front fence. The Champ Clark board has agreed to have the wrought iron upgraded soon.
More information about the house and tours is available at www.champclark.org.