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Museum of Regional History, MOHR
Housed in the city's oldest brick building, all new galleries with exhibits tell the region's history including agriculture, early industry, civil rights and World War II. See extraordinary Caddo Indian pottery and learn about the early Spanish and French explorers. Visit MORH, the museum that tells the fascinating story of the city in two states.
Ace of Clubs House
A living museum, the 22-sided house was built with the winnings from a poker game. Legend has it that James H. Draughon's winning card was the ace of clubs. Architecturally unique, the Italiate Victorian home is most notable for its three octagonal wings and one rectangular wing that join to form the distinct shape of a "club".
P. J. Ahern House
The Ahern house was designed in the Classical Revival style by the Burdsal Company based on a floor plan designed by Mr. and Mrs. Ahern. The first floor consists of a central hall, music room, parlor, library, dining room, kitchen, butler's pantry and powder room. The second floor consists of four bed rooms, two baths, a nurse's room and a sleeping porch. The latter was added in 1918. All six children slept on the porch during the summer.  The original gas and electric combination chandeliers still hang in their original locations. Gas and electric sconces can be found in the library and parlor. The wood work was never painted and, once a year, Mrs. Ahern personally oversaw the cleaning of all woodwork. There are six unique gas fireplaces in the house, four on the first floor and two upstairs. Each has a unique mantle design with Italian tile in various colors.
Four States Auto Museum
Celebrating cars and technology of the past. Literature, tools, books, toy models, Fillin' Station memorabilia, and oil company signs. Visiting hours on weekends or call for scheduled tours. 870.772.AUTO
Discovery Place Children's Museum
The area's best hands-on children's museum has a one-of-a-kind 12 ft. sound wall, giant prehistoric animal murals and a living science lab. A special dress-up theatre and hot spot for the younger visitors make this a wonderful attraction for the entire family.
Lindsay Railroad Museum
Located at 202 East Broad Street in Texarkana, AR, the Lindsay Railroad Museum contains photographs and art displays covering Texarkana's 143-year history. The museum houses railroad memorabilia including uniforms, patches and flags.

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We welcome you to discover our very unique city! A visit to Texarkana, USA reveals a host of historic treasures: annual festivals, entertainment from performing arts, professional baseball, stock car races, art exhibits, shopping, great outdoors and sports, wonderful restaurants and a citizenry proud to call Texarkana home! While here, you’ll see why Texarkana is “Twice as Nice!” There are two of almost everything: two city mayors, two city governments, two police departments, and two fire departments. All of this, however, makes up one outstanding community!


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Our Hours

Monday: 8AM - 5PM
Tuesday: 8AM - 5PM
Wednesday: 8AM - 5PM
Thursday: 8AM - 5PM
Friday: 8AM - 5PM

Texas Travel Information Center: 8AM - 5PM 7 days a week

Arkansas Welcome Center: 8AM - 5PM 7 days a week