Category: Arts & Entertainment
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.
Located at the corner of Lafayette and Houston Street, the Madi Art Wall, created by artist Volf Roitman, was a gift to the City Of Marshall from the Michelson Museum and Edmund & Anna Wood. Construction of the Wall, supervised by Curtis Graff, was completed in December of 2009. Come and see it!
The Service & Sacrifice: Harrison County at War museum is a tribute to the soldiers of Harrison County. It includes Conflict information from both the War Front and Home Front perspective.
The Michelson Museum of Art is a museum in Marshall, Texas that was founded to house the works of the Latvian-American artist Leo Michelson. Michelson feared that if he donated his works to a large museum that they would largely be placed in storage. Galleries also feature local, regional, state and national artists and instillations throughout the year. Let the little one’s imagination run wild in the Discovery Room!
Memorial City Hall Performance Center is located in just off the square in downtown Marshall. It is a state-of-the-art, 550-seat performing arts center in the historically restored 1920’s era Marshall City Hall. Enjoy a variety of performances throughout the year from musicals, theater, comedy and family entertainment from all across the globe.
Starr Family Home State Historic Site is a 3.1-acre historical site operated by the Texas Historical Commission in downtown Marshall, Texas. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. The museum was made a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark in 1986.
The Harrison County Museum is housed inside the historic 1901 Courthouse. The museum features the history of Harrison county and Marshall as it’s county seat. Hours are Tuesday-Friday 11-3 pm, Saturdays 11-2 pm. Admission cost $7 for adults, $6 for seniors, Children under 18 are free.
A group of locals who gather weekly at Telegraph Park in downtown to have a musical conversation. The music typically begins about 6 pm each Monday night.
The Marshall Symphony has entertained East Texas audiences for more than half-a century. Conducted by Kermit Poling, the orchestra holds classical and pop performances at the Marshall Convention Center and the Ornelas Spiritual Life Center on the ETBU campus as well as other venues throughout the Marshall area.