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Marshall, Texas
Marshall, Texas
211 North Washington Ave
Marshall, TX 75670
(903) 702-7777
www.visitmarshalltexas.com

Attractions in Marshall

From one of Texas’ most beautiful courthouses and a remarkable state park to a scenic winery and vineyard and a first-rate art museum, the many attractions in Marshall serve up plenty to see and discover. Located within a dense pine forest 150 miles east of Dallas and 40 miles from Shreveport, this northeast Texas destination provides the perfect setting for a weekend away. Read on to get to know all the town has to offer, then plan your visit here.


1901 Harrison County Courthouse
Standing tall over Marshall’s downtown square, the historic Harrison County Courthouse is one of Texas’ most breathtaking architectural wonders. Completed in 1901, it’s a stunning example of neo-Italian renaissance revival, classical revival, and beaux arts architecture due to its stately columns, porticos, pediments, and an imposing dome. Snap some photos of the building’s façade, then step inside to explore the first floor and see all the stunning details of the four-story-tall rotunda.
1 Peter Whetstone Square
Marshall, TX 75761
(903) 935-8417 ext. 1


Bear Creek Smokehouse General Store
More than 70 years ago, Bear Creek Smokehouse was started by a local couple looking to start a business the whole family could get involved in. Today, the smokehouse ships its products around the world. Stop by the 43,000-squre-foot general store to savor a plate or a sandwich made with Bear Creek’s delicious meats, then browse the shop before feeding turkeys and heading to the front porch to watch cows grazing in the field. 
10857 TX-154
Marshall, TX 75670
(903) 935-5217


Caddo Lake State Park
Towering bald cypress trees adored with Spanish moss and the tranquil waters of bayous and sloughs provide a mysterious backdrop for a day exploring Caddo Lake State Park. Hugging the Texas and Louisiana border, the lake is an angler, boater, and wildlife watcher’s dream destination. The lake is home to more than 70 species of fish (as well as alligators) and more than 50 miles of paddling trails.
245 Park Road 2
Karnack, TX 75661
(903) 679-3351


Enoch's Stomp Winery and Vineyard
Order a glass of red or white, find a seat on the wood porch, and take in a jaw-dropping view of a lush vineyard. Welcome to Enoch’s Stomp Winery and Vineyard, a winery and eatery set on 90 acres of picturesque rolling hills. With such varietals as blanc dubois, Villard blanc, and black Spanish growing in the vineyard, Enoch’s Stomp has something for everyone.
871 Ferguson Road
Harleton, TX 75651
(903) 240-1587


Memorial City Hall Performance Center
Originally built in 1907 as Marshall City Hall and then later renamed Memorial City Hall as a memorial to local soldiers who died in World Wars I and II, the beautifully renovated Memorial City Hall Performance Center hosts nationally known musicians and theatrical productions throughout its season, which runs from October through April.
110 E Houston Street
Marshall, TX 75670
(903) 934-7992


Michelson Museum of Art
Known around the world for his paintings, prints, and sculptures, Latvian American artist Leo Michelson saw his works exhibited throughout Western Europe and the United States in the 1920’s and 30’s. Today, more than 1,000 of his works are on display at the Michelson Museum of Art, which Texas Monthly calls the best small museum in Texas. Along with Michelson’s works, the museum showcases many other creations by prominent artists in The Gloria and Bernard Kronenberg Collection and The Roman and Jay Ward Collection.
216 North Bolivar Street
Marshall, TX 75670
(903) 935-9480


Starr Family Home State Historic Site
Step back in time when you visit the elegant Starr Family Home State Historic Site. Based around the 150-year-old home of the Starrs, one of the state’s most influential families that helped settle a third of Texas, the historic site is a treasure of Texas history. Tour the home, known as Maplecroft, and you’ll pass through rooms furnished with Starr family heirlooms. Then meander through the lush grounds adorned with blooming azaleas, roses, and more.
407 West Travis Street
Marshall, TX 75670
(903) 935-3044


T&P Railroad Depot Museum
The arrival of the Texas and Pacific Railroad in the late 19th century led to a population boom in Marshall, making it one of the state’s largest cities at the time. Discover this chapter of local lore at the T&P Railroad Depot Museum, set within the 1912 depot. Peruse exhibits of artifacts from early passenger trains and check out the model train and a vintage pull whistle.
800 North Washington
Marshall, TX 75670
(903) 938-9495

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Marshall, Texas
Marshall, Texas
211 North Washington Ave
Marshall, TX 75670
(903) 702-7777
www.visitmarshalltexas.com

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