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Explore the Arkansas Side with a Bus Charter in Texarkana, Arkansas

Texarkana, Arkansas

Texarkana is the biggest city and is the seat of Miller County. The other half of Texarkana, Arkansas is a city by the same name in Texas. Do explore the TK on a bus charter in Texarkana, Arkansas.

A bus charter in Texarkana, Arkansas will take you to many exciting places in the city.

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Go to the Holiday Springs Water Park, which features water slides, lazy rivers, wave pools and kids pools, as well as a sand castle area.

Arts & Culture

Check out the Four States Fair and Rodeo, a fair that trains the spotlight on livestock, farm products, poultry, horticulture and agriculture it the Four States area. Further, you can check out the displays at the Lindsey Railroad Museum.

Or you can go to the Four State Auto Museum, where you can see vintage and classic automobiles and past technology. Then watch the Texarkana Symphony Orchestra as they perform classical symphony music with some of the best musicians in the city and in the region.

Restaurants & Shopping

You can find unique items for sale at the Artisans Gallery and Gifts, or stroll downtown for more local businesses you can patronize.

One of the best places to eat in the city serves the most delicious burgers: TLC Burgers & Fries. Pop's Place has great steaks, while you can get the freshest seafood at Fat Jacks Oyster and Sports.

Start the day right with a hearty and appetizing breakfast at the Breakfast Table, or grab a burger at Old Tyme Burger Shoppe. If you are tired from all that touring, relax at Hopkins Icehouse where you can order new American dishes and your favorite drink and listen to live bands playing on its stage.

If you are hungry, check out the fastfood Flying J Travel Plaza. You can also go to Park Place Restaurant, Sue N Carol’s Restaurant, or Whataburger.

Golf Courses

Play golf at the Texarkana Country Club or at the Links at Texarkana.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Historical Sites & Landmarks, Texarkana, Arkansas

There are more than two dozen sites in the city listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Check out the P.J. Ahern Home on Laurel St., a well-preserved house that is now being operated as a living history museum. Other houses on the register are Alvah Horace Whitmarsh House, Augustus M. Garrison House, Bottoms House, Charles J. Neef House, Claude Foulke House, Dean House, J.K. Wadley House, John Clifton House, and Kittrell House. Then you have the historical government buildings such as the Miller County Courthouse, Texarkana US Post Office and Courthouse, and the Texarkana, Arkansas, Municipal Building.

There are three historic districts in the city that you can visit: Beech Street Historic District, Buhrman-Pharr Hardware Company Historic District, and East Broad Street Historic District.

Other buildings on the register are Beech Street Brick Street, Canaan Baptist Church, Cotton Belt Railroad Office Building, Hopkins Feed and Seed Store, Mullins Court, Orr School, Ritchie Grocery Building, Swift Building, and Texarkana Union Station.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Be sure to visit the city's many parks where you can play at the playground, have a fun game, relax, or get fit. Some of the biggest parks in the city include Ed Worrell Park, Hobo Jungle, Bobby Ferguson Park, Iron Mountain Park, and Nix Creek Trail Park.

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