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Calendar of Events

Every Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, 7:00 am-sellout
Marshall Farmers Market, 903-935-3076

(more to come as information becomes available)
All data subject to change! For more information, call 903-935-7868 or visit:



  Historic Homes & Buildings

Allen House 610 N. Washington, 903-938-4578 or 903-938-4198, Now the home of the Harrison County Conservation Society, this two-story frame house was built in the late 1870s.


T. C. Lindsey & Co. General Store Take US 80E to FM 1998, 903-687-3382, Still operating, this authentic old-family-owned country store dates from 1847.

  Historic Sites & Monuments

Maplecroft State Historic Site Travis and Grove, Built in the early 1870s, the house was named for the maples planted around it, many of which are still standing.


Starr Family Home State Historic Site 407 West Travis Street, 903-935-3044, The centerpiece of this estate is Maplecroft, a stately home surrounded by lush azalea grounds. Guided tours are available, as well as classes in Victorian crafts and Victorian etiquette. Candlelight dinner tours are also available during the winter holidays.

  Museums & Galleries


Harrison County Historical Museum 707 North Washington Avenue, 903-938-2680, Located in a historic building, this museum contains an extensive collection of memorabilia and artifacts from famous Harrison County citizens, as well as Caddo Indian artifacts, antiques toys, and Civil War items. A research library and gift shop is also on site.


Marshall Visual Arts Center 208 East Burleson, 903-938-9860, You'll find a variety of art exhibits from regional artists in the Gallery at this arts center that also features a children's art and drama camp and a banquet hall. A variety of community art classes are available.



Michelson Museum of Art 216 North Bolivar, 903-935-9480, A collection of over 1,000 paintings, prints, and drawings from Russian-American artist Leo Michelson is on display at this museum that also features a large collection of African Tribal Masks. Michelson spent most of his life in Paris and was awarded the Legion of Honor by the French government in 1937 in recognition of his artistic ability.



  Tours & Cruises

Josey's Ranch Take TX 43 north 5 miles, 903-935-5358, This ranch is the home of the Josey Championship School of Calf Roping and Barrel Racing

Caddo Lake Boat Tours 903-679-3020

  Lakes & Marinas

Caddo Lake State Park Take TX 43 northeast 14 miles to FM 2198, 903-679-3351. The 32,500-acre lake is a maze of channels and bayous with thousands of acres of cypress groves.




  Shopping Area

Potter's Village Hwy. 59 and Houston St., 935-4320, A craft and antique mall with everything from gifts and silk flowers to handmade lace.



Marshall News Messenger P.O. Box 730, (903) 935-7914, Daily newspaper



City of Marshall 401 South Alamo, 903-935-4418, Provides information on local city services and local government offices including information on police, fire, and parks.


Greater Marshall Chamber of Commerce 213 W. Austin at Franklin, 903-935-7868, A Texas Tourist Information Center, open every day, is located near Waskom on I-20 at the Louisiana border 20 miles east of Marshall.


Marshall Chamber of Commerce 213 West Austin Street, 903-935-7868, Promotes and supports local businesses and industries in the Marshall area and provides relocation information.



Greyhound Lines 201 South Bolivar, 903-938-6763, 800-454-2487, Provides bus transportation to most cities across the United States.


Amtrak Foot Of North Washington Street, 1-800-USA-Rail, America's only express train serving destinations nationwide.


  Rental Cars

Enterprise Rent-A-Car, 903-935-0499, 1208 SE End Blvd, Marshall

National Car Rental 4801 East End Boulevard South, Marshall, 903-938-5115

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