Experience Harrison County history first hand by visiting today!

We invite visitors of all ages and backgrounds to come be a part of local history!

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Harrison County History

Our History

Harrison County Research

Research

Harrison County Education

Education

Our Exhibits

Artifacts from actual people, places and events of Harrison County are on display in two locations.  A general history of Harrison County can be viewed at the 1901 Courthouse exhibits in the middle of the downtown square in Marshall.  Across the street at Memorial City Hall Performance Center is our Service & Sacrifice exhibit, documenting and honoring those from Harrison County who served in the military.

Layers of History

Voices from the Past

Real Items from Real People

Starting Conversations

Inspiring Our Visitors

Get Involved

Harrison County Historical Museum offers two locations in downtown Marshall, Texas. Come visit and experience Harrison County’s rich history and culture through the decades. We have interactive materials for all ages, including kids.

Harrison County Historical Museum

Address

1 Peter Whetstone Square
Marshall, TX 75670

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Museum Hours

Tues – Fri : 10am - 4pm
Sat : 11am - 2pm
Sun – Mon : Closed

Last admission ticket issued one hour before closing time.

Contact Us

903-935-8417 Ext. 1
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