The following lists provide an overview of local attractions and destinations close to this Texarkana, TX, hotel.
Arts & Cultural
Draughon-Moore Ace of Clubs House
Built in 1885 and uniquely designed as a 22-sided house, each room in this unique attraction represents a specific period in the history of the house and reveals interesting insights into the lifestyle of the families who called this beautiful edifice home.
Historic Perot Theatre
First opened in 1924 as the Saenger Theatre and lovingly restored by Texarkana's native son, H. Ross Perot, this beautiful historic theatre features a wide range of entertainment, from orchestras to pop and country music events to Broadway shows and ballets.
Museum of Regional History
Located in the oldest brick building in Texarkana and as the first and oldest museum in the city, visitors will enjoy a host of exhibits that honor and display the early history of Texarkana, and that includes an interactive musical tribute to Scott Joplin, a Texarkana native.
Tex-Ark Antique Auto Museum
This charming attraction houses a rotating exhibit of approximately 22 antique automobiles representing five decades of auto manufacturing, as well as equipment and archival materials related to automotive history from the Texarkana and Four-States area.
Points of Interest
Discovery Place Children's Museum
Both adults and children alike will marvel at the educational, yet fun, exhibits in this charming museum, including a one-of-a-kind 12-foot sound wall, giant animal murals, hands-on science and history exhibits and a special dress-up theatre.
Scott Joplin Mural
Depicting the life and accomplishments of area native and Pulitzer-Prize winning composer, Scott Joplin, this colorful outdoor mural also features accurate musical notes of the final measure of Joplin's most famous song, The Entertainer.
TX/AR Photo Island
Photographers and non-photographers alike will appreciate the distinctive photo opportunity of being able to straddle two state lines at Photographer's Island.
Sports & Entertainment
Four States Fairgrounds
With a score of buildings and facilities, including an RV park, fishing, lighted walking trails and playground, the Fairgrounds hosts a number of events, including rodeos, concerts, and more.
Spring Lake Park
This 75-acre park features a spring-fed lake, picnic areas, an 18-hole disc golf course, fishing, walking and biking trails, and is also home to Texarkana, TX Dixie Baseball, as well as Texarkana College Men's Baseball and Women's Softball teams.
Texas A&M Bringle Lake Park
Featuring boating and fishing as well as basketball and volleyball courts, this park also features a 1,500 square foot lakeside pavilion.
Texarkana Golf Ranch
Set among thick forests along the shores of beautiful Bringle Lake, and featuring lush fairways and significant elevation changes, golfers will appreciate playing this 300-acre, 18-hole course, touted as one of the best new courses in the state and the nation.
Wright Patman Lake
Tucked in the beautiful piney woods of northeast Texas, this 20,300-acre Corps of Engineers lake features water sports, boating, camping, picnicking, hiking trails and fishing.
Colleges and Universities
- BAE Systems
- Domtar Inc.
- General Dynamics
- International Paper
- Red River Army Depot
- St. Michael's Hospital
- TX/AR Post Office
- Texarkana, AR Convention Center
- Texarkana, TX Convention Center
- Texarkana City Offices
- Texarkana Community College
- Texas A&M
- University of Arkansas Texarkana, AR
- Wadley Hospital