Introduction to Warren, Arkansas
The present-day City of Warren was named after a slave called Warren Bradley. However, some believe the city was named after Edward Allen Warren, a state representative and senator. It became the county seat of newly formed Bradley County on December 18, 1840. The city became the western terminus of the Little Rock, Mississippi River, and Texas Railway on August 5, 1880. The Pink Tomato Festival of the city was established in the 1950s.
Warren and nearby Attractions
- Bradley County Historical Museum
- Warren Shopping Center
- Drew County Historical Museum
- Cane Creek State Park
- Arkansas Post National Memorial
- South Arkansas Arts Center
Things To Do In Warren
Warren offers a number of recreational activities. Visitors can plan a trip to the Bradley County Historical Museum, Moro Bay State Park, and Drew County Historical Museum. Shopping can be enjoyed at the Town and Country Shopping Center and Warren Shopping Center. The city also hosts events and festivals each year such as the Bradley County Pink Tomato Festival.
Flights are available from Mid Delta Regional Airport.
Warren Higher Education
Several universities that offer higher educational facilities are the University of Arkansas at Monticello, University of Louisiana at Monroe, Henderson State University, and many more.