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Harrison County Historical Museum


category : Museums
Temporarily housed in the Ginocchio Hotel while the former county courthouse is remodeled. Exhibits depict history of Marshall and Harrison County, including Caddo Indian artifacts, pioneer and Civil War displays, George Foreman and Bill Moyers exhibits, Lady Bird Johnson display, and Y.A. Tittle exhibit. Temporary location is 707 N. Washington.


Hours: Hours Open: Tues. - Sat. 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Address: 707 N. Washington
Phone: 903/938-2680

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