The Four States Auto Museum

Come celebrate the automobiles and technology of the past at The Four States Auto Museum located in historic Downtown Texarkana. The Four States Auto Museum is a non-profit educational corporation founded to preserve, collect, exhibit and interpret automobiles, auto transportation equipment, historical artifacts, documents, and photographs from the history of automobiles. Come meet the guys that keep this piece of …

1894 City Market

Formerly Ritchie Grocery, the 1894 City Market is a historic commercial building at Front and Olive Streets in Texarkana, Arkansas housing apartments, retail and art space. It was built in 1894 by Francis Mullins, owner of the Texas Produce Company, the first major grocery wholesaler in Texarkana, founded in 1884. It was purchased by the Ritchie Grocery Company in 1926. It is …

Photographer’s Island

Get your picture made in Arkansas and Texas at the same time with the Federal Court House as your backdrop!  Texarkana is home to one of ONLY TWO U.S. Post Offices that sits in two states at once. This Post Office straddles the states of Texas and Arkansas and has separate zip codes, 71854 for Texarkana, Arkansas and 75501 for …

Arkansas Municipal Auditorium

The Municipal Building of Texarkana, Arkansas, located at Walnut and 3rd Streets in heart of downtown is home to the Arkansas Municipal Auditorium. The Arkansas Municipal Building was constructed in 1928 as a multi-purpose center in the Art Deco and Collegiate Gothic styles. The building houses an intimate theater, Texarkana, Arkansas city offices and the downtown fire station. Hidden in …

Draughon-Moore “Ace of Clubs” Home

Also known as the Draughon-Moore House, the “Ace of Clubs House” is a historic home built in 1885 featuring unique architecture and a wonderful collection of original family furnishings and personal belongings. It’s the oldest standing house in Texarkana, Texas.   Built in 1885 by local lumberman and developer, James Harris Draughon, at a cost of around $15,000, this octagonal Italianate …

P.J. Ahern Home

The Ahern home, located at 403 Laurel Street, 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 bedrooms, two baths, a …