Texarkana Museum of Regional History

Tells the story of the city located in two states. Housed in the town’s oldest brick building, all new galleries with exhibits tell of the region's history including agriculture, early industry, civil rights and World War II. Pottery made by the area Caddo people and learn about the early Spanish and French explorers are also on display. An interactive music exhibit tells of native son, Scott Joplin, "Father of Ragtime Music," Huddie "Leadbelly" Ledbetter and Conlon Nancarrow. Facility also includes the Wilbur Smith Research Library and Archives.
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219 North State Line Avenue
Texarkana, TX 75501
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