There’s so much to see and do in Texarkana! If it’s history you’re into, we’ve got it. If it’s family fun, we’ve got that, too – tons of it! So, do yourself and your family a favor, and experience all that Texarkana has to offer!

This indoor entertainment center is locally known as Holiday Bowl – but you’ll find more than bowling here. There’s an arcade, a new laser tag area and party rooms available for rent! Bowling birthday parties are always a hit with little ones, and Holiday Entertainment Center does some of the best!

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Early Texarkana life revolved around the railroad—after all, the town was founded in 1873 at the junction of the Texas & Pacific Railroad and the Cairo & Fulton Railroad. The Lindsey Railroad Museum documents Texarkana’s 145-year-old relationship with the railroad system.

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This nifty old fifty-ton caboose was donated by Union Pacific Railroad to Texarkana in 2015. The 1979 Southern Pacific caboose was restored and placed in Front Street Plaza to serve as a symbol and celebration of Texarkana’s relationship with the railroad.

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Previously the warehouse for Ritchie Groceries, 1894 City Market is now a multifunctional commercial and residential space. The first floor of the building houses an art gallery and retail space, while the upper floors house offices and loft apartments.

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