Very nice and very informative.
If you're in town it's a must-see place.
Nice place to learn about Texarkana history with some amazing artifacts and very helpful staff. Great location and ample parking made it a fun, quick stop on our way to the airport.
Visiting Texarkana while spending time with my son. I enjoy history so visiting the museum was a great experience. Small and intimate and full of wonderful historical facts and items.
I love volunteering in the archives at this nonprofit organization and museum! I see so many amazing photographs, letters and artifacts first hand as we work hard to preserve the history of this region.
The Museum of Regional History is an important part of an organization that is worth supporting, whether as a volunteer, or with donations of locally relevant artifacts, or monetarily.
Small but I informative museum in the heart of Texarkana. The standard museum admission as of this review is $5/pp without discounts. The upstairs exhibit is very well done.
Very cool regional museum highlighting the history of Texarkana and the surrounding areas. Great exhibits on Scott Joplin. The museum is upgrading some stuff so it can be a little crowded with stuff in some places, but its a very nice place to stop by.
Interesting museum! We enjoyed our visit. This is a 2 story (3rd floor incomplete) museum which took us about 30 minutes to see. We definitely recommend!
Great little museum for those interested in history. The exhibits are presented well and offer a good insight into the history of the Texarkana region. The museum is small and not exceptionally fancy, but the exhibits are interesting, the entry fee is minimal, and the staff are friendly. I'd highly recommend the Texarkana Museum of Regional History as a quick stop whether you're local to the area or just passing through.
Visited the Texarkana Regional History museum on Stateline road. Gal at the front desk was awesome! It's a small museum, interesting collection of memorabilia regarding Scott Joplin. Second floor is devoted to local history. Many of the displays were poorly lit making it a challenge to read labels. Most of the stand alone exhibits had information labels low on the display case requiring me to squat to read the information.
Exceptional experience. Mrs Dusty Baker is amazing. We're so happy we met her and hopefully we will be back one day. She tells stories as if she lived them and she gave us so much advice and made this trip unforgettable. Greetings from Louisiana
-Ivan, Ilona and Oliver
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Very interesting piece of Texarkana history. It's like going back in time with original furnishings and fixtures.