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Travel Comfortably with a Bus Charter in West Memphis, Arkansas

Get on a bus charter in West Memphis, Arkansas and explore the city’s historic attractions.

A bus charter in West Memphis, Arkansas can help you easily transport your group of tourists from one point to another. And you can find other attractions in the city, including:

Entertainment & Amusement Parks

Southland Park Gaming and Racing has been around since the 1950s and features live greyhound racing and broadcasts of horse and dog races, as well as gaming machines, tables and poker games. If you are with the entire family, then Eagle Lanes is a fun place to bowl.

Arts & Culture

Watch the Little Theatre of Crittenden County as they perform at the West Memphis Civic Auditorium.


Ann Chapman's Outdoor Warehouse is a great place to find Levi's, Rocky, John Deere, and other brands at really great prices. You can even find tall- and big-sized clothing here.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Riverside International Speedway is the oldest still-existing dirt track in the state. There are several car races here, including sprint, stock and Midget race cars.

Then you can have fun playing a relaxing round of golf at the Meadowbrook Country Club. Meadowbrook is an 18-hole golf course that has more than 6,500 yards at the longest tees. It has a par of 71, a 70.6 course rating and a 115 slope rating.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

Wilson Power and Light Company Ice Plant was built in the 1930s and has an early commercial architecture. The original features on the interior are still intact. The West Memphis Commercial Historic District is a good place to visit if you want to see more historic buildings near each other. It has the biggest number of historic commercial buildings having been located in the main business district. There are currently 22 contributing buildings here, built as early as the 1930s and features largely art deco or early commercial designs.

The brick former West Memphis City Hall has an art deco and classical revival design and was built in the 1930s, while the Memphis & Arkansas Bridge was built in the 1940s and is still in use today. The bridge is part of the Mississippi River Trail. The colonial revival Lawrie House was built in the 1930s by J.O.E. Beck for his daughter Elizabeth, while Dabbs Store is the oldest surviving commercial building in West Memphis. Lastly, you have the Hamilton Apartments, which has a bungalow and craftsman architecture built in the 1930s.

Other Points of Interest

Get on a bus charter in West Memphis, Arkansas and go on the Great River Road National Scenic Byway. The route will take you through Native American sites, as well as places that allow you to learn more about the Civil War, Mark Twain, steamboats and other important historic events and personalities.

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