Marshall, TX 75670
Attractions in Visit Marshall
Memorial City Hall Performance Center
The historically renovated performance center was originally built in 1927 as a memorial to Harrison County soldiers who died in WWI it housed also housed City offices including administration, police, fire, city courts and the municipal auditorium for 67 years. The auditorium was the most important venue in Harrison County for over 50 years. Local productions like the Lions Loonies, school programs and dance recitals were held there. Nationally known celebrities performed and now continue to perform on the Memorial City Hall stage. In 2019 Memorial City Hall opened it’s doors with it’s premier season and several sell out shows.
Starr Family Home State Historic Site
The Starr Family Home State Historic Site, a Texas Historical Commission property. This home is a beautifully landscaped home situated on 3.2 acres near downtown Marshall. The 150 year old site interprets Starr family history and the family home of Frank Starr-Maplecroft, the historic house museum and centerpiece of the historic site. Visitors can tour the stately home with the Starrs' furnishings and hear the stories of a family important to the history of Texas.
Michelson Museum of Art
Named by Texas Monthly Magazine as the best small museum in Texas, the Michelson Museum of Art showcases the work of Russian-American artist, Leo Michelson. The collection consists of more than 1,000 paintings, drawings and prints. Other permanent exhibitis include 20th century American art from the Gloria and Bernard Kronenerg collection. The museum also displays and features a Discovery Room for young children.
Bald cypress draped in Spanish moss, masses of water lilies and hyacinths define the maze of sloughs, bayous and ponds that is Caddo Lake. Caddo Lake State Park affords excellent access to fishing, canoeing and boating. Also popular are the park's quaint cabins, built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930's. Activities available at the park include hiking, picnicking, nature study, fishing and boating. Canoe rentals are available year round and pontoon boat tours leave from inside the park on Saturday and Sundays March through November. Pontoon boat tours can be scheduled for other days by calling 903.679.3020
1901 Harrison County Courthouse
The historic Harrison County Courthouse located in the center of downtown Marshall is home to the Harrison County Historic Museum.
T&P Railroad Depot Museum
The Depot is a centerpiece of Marshall's efforts to preserve its heritage. The Depot and the railroad museum anchor the north end of Washington Ave., the main street in downtown Marshall. Also home to the AMTRAK station and close proximity to the historic Ginocchio restaurant.
Bear Creek Smokehouse General Store
For over 70 years the Shoults family have called Marshall their home and have proudly served up southern hospitality, quality products and family values from their smokehouse and shipped across the united states and beyond. The recent opening of their 43,000 square foot general store and event facility means a whole lotta fun and a whole lotta shopping to be had. Load up the family and spend the day eating lunch, shopping and feeding the turkeys at Bear Creek. Enjoy watching the sunset from the best seat in town on their front porch as the longhorns mosey around the pasture.
Enoch’s Stomp Winery and Vineyard
Enoch’s Stomp, founded by Altus Koegelenberg and Jon Kral in 2004, sits upon 90 acers of beautifu rolling hills. The property sports 12 acres of grapevines including, Black Spanish, Blanc DuBois, Norton, Villard Blanc, Champanel and Chambourcin. Experience the vineyard, dine in the restaurant and enjoy wine tasting.
Service & Sacrifice Museum: Harrison County at War Exhibit
The Exhibit covers veteran's stories from the Civil War through the War in Iraq. Veterans and their families have donated their cherished artifacts of their loved ones service to display as a testament to their service.
Marshall, TX 75670