Sunday, September 21
Today's Hours:

  
Central 1pm-5pm
East Closed
McCollough Closed
North Park Closed
Oaklyn Closed
Red Bank Closed
Stringtown Closed
West Closed

 

Feel the History

The Evansville Greyhound Station
History in Jeopardy
 


The Evansville Greyhound Bus Station, a unique-to-Evansville Art Deco architectural example, opened in 1939 & was a hub of activity that peaked at 106 buses that arrived and departed daily. Construction on the bus station began in 1938 and cost $150,000 to complete.

Increasing air & car transportation has seen to the decline of the bus station to just four bus arrivals and departures a day. Renovations have transformed the station's interior to be almost unrecognizable from its original design, and the preservation & future of the building is unknown.

For more information about the Feel the History project, please visit www.feelthehistory.com.