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Longview, Texas
300 W Cotton St
Longview, TX 75601
903-753-3281
www.VisitLongviewTexas.com
Longview, Texas

Attractions in Longview

Longview is home to a number of entertaining spots for the entire family to enjoy. Opportunities abound to experience both local and global arts and culture at Longview’s theaters and museums. For enjoying the great outdoors and getting some exercise, there are public parks, numerous golf courses, and even a zip lining course. Yet there’s much more to see and experience in this East Texas town. Get the full picture by checking out our list of the many attractions in Longview so that you don’t miss a thing while you’re in town.


Air U
If you think airborne dodgeball sounds awesome, then Air U in Longview is your kind of place. Air U houses nearly 15,000 square feet of trampolines and foam pits where kids (and mom and dad) can grab a ball and compete or just bounce to their hearts' content. Walk-ins are welcome but call ahead to book a reservation so you're guaranteed a spot. 
4300 US Highway 259 N
Longview, TX 75605
(903) 663-2478


ArtsView Children's Theatre
ArtsView Children’s Theatre seeks to engage kids through singing, acting and dancing. They offer one-off classes and week-long camps throughout the year for everyone from toddlers to teens, with fun performances open to the public.
313 West Tyler Street
Longview, TX 75601
(903) 236-7535


Balloon Adventures USA
Picture yourself floating 2,000 feet above the calm waters of Lake Cherokee as the sun sets over Longview. At a cost of $250 per person, a hot air balloon ride is a great idea for special occasions, and one trip with owner Dr. Bill Bussey is an experience you’ll never forget.
801 N. 2nd Street
Longview, TX 75601
(903) 758-4841


East Texas Oil Museum
Located on the campus of Kilgore College, the East Texas Oil Museum is a window into the oil boom days of the early 1930’s. Stroll through "Boomtown USA," the museum's full-scale experience that brings the era’s shops, people, and machinery to life. The museum is open every day but Monday.
1100 Broadway Boulevard
Kilgore, TX 75662
(903) 983-8295


Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard
Savor fine wines and high-end cuisine at Enoch’s Stomp Vineyard, located just a short drive from Longview. Winery tours are available on Friday and Saturday for a fee and include tastes straight from the fermentation tanks. With a reservation, you can dine at the lodge on such succulent treats as a Texas-sized, 21-ounce aged bone-in ribeye.
871 Ferguson Road
Harleton, TX 75651
(903) 240-1587


Fairhaven Vineyards
The wines at Fairhaven are perennial winners of international wine competitions, and they’re all yours to try (or take home). Special events include live music nights, wine history and education presentations, and the ever-popular vintage wine and movie night.
5340 South FM 2869
Hawkins, TX 75765
(903) 769-4616


Gregg County Historical Museum
Discover the rich history of Longview from the collections and rotating exhibits at the Gregg County Historical Museum, located within the historic Everett Building. The building, formerly a bank, was once held up by the notorious Dalton Gang. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday.
214 North Fredonia Street
Longview, TX 756


Jack Mann Splash Pad
In the heat of a Texas summer's day, the cool waters flowing at the Jack Mann Splash Pad are just what the doctor ordered. Its 10,000 square feet include a concession stand, pavilions, restrooms, and lots of agua. Best of all, admission is free.
100 H. G. Mosley Parkway
Longview, TX 75604
(903) 237-1270


Longview Museum of Fine Arts
In addition to the 400-plus intaglio, lithographs, sculptures, and paintings you'll find at this lovely little museum, you can catch events like yoga and holiday fun like "Breakfast with Santa" if you time your visit right. Open Tuesday through Saturday. 
215 East Tyler Street
Longview, TX 75601
(903) 753-8103


Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards
Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards makes it easy for oenophiles to sample the types of reds and whites they love by offering tastings in “flights,” of its sweet and dry wines. At the Fork N’ Spoon Room, expert chefs serve up everything from tapas and calamari to lobster and crab macaroni and cheese.
658 County Road 1334
Pittsburg, TX 75686
(903) 855-1769


Mrs. Lee's Daffodil Garden
In the spring, this spot becomes one of the top attractions in Longview for nature lovers. Situated between Longview and Tyler, Mrs. Lee's garden is 28 acres of golden blooms surrounded by an easily walkable trail. Donations are encouraged but admission is free.
21600 County Rd 3103
Gladewater, TX 75647
(903) 845-5780


Paul G. Boorman Trail 
At three paved miles, this trail is one of the longest in Longview. The path runs along Grace Creek through Lois Jackson Park, where you can take a break from your jog at a picnic table while the kids romp on the playground.
919 West Marshall Avenue
Longview, TX 75604
(903) 237-1270


S.E. Belcher Jr. Chapel and Performance Center
Located on the campus of LeTourneau University, the center is the heart of performing arts in Longview. It serves as the home of the Longview Ballet Theater and the Longview Symphony, and it hosts dozens of world-famous acts and artists throughout the year.
2100 South Mobberly Avenue
Longview, TX 75602
(866) 550-5388


Thomas Falls Challenge Course
Located in Diana, Texas, 20 minutes north of Longview, Thomas Falls offers zip lining, paddle boating, tug-of-war, horseshoes, and more. Enjoy a fun wagon ride from the parking lot to the activities area and an air-conditioned wash-off area when you're done. If you're signed up for a mud run or a water bridge challenge, leave the nice clothes at home.
5543 US Highway 259 N
Diana, TX 75640
(903) 968-6924

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Longview, Texas
300 W Cotton St
Longview, TX 75601
903-753-3281
www.VisitLongviewTexas.com
Longview, Texas

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