The Clinton Centre
The Centre houses a fully equipped conference floor, a restaurant, internet cafe, art gallery and The Bridges Youth Hostel.

History of the building
The building stands on the site of the Reading Rooms owned by St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church which was destroyed in the bombing in 1987. The Centre was conceived as part of the Higher Bridges Project, bridging this site with the former Enniskillen Orange Hall. Plans were laid in 2000 to construct a new structure to balance the restored Orange Hall, a listed building. This was coordinated by Fermanagh University Partnership Board. In 2001 President Bill Clinton visited the site, returning again in 2002 to officially open the building and lend his name to it. His most recent visit was in 2004 when he was accompanied by his wife, Senator Hillary Clinton, to witness the work being undertaken within the centre in peace-building projects. In 2005 operational control was handed over to Hostelling International Northern Ireland who now manage the entire centre.

The Eastend Restaurant is situated on the first floor of The Clinton Centre.