624 N Broadway, Tyler Texas
Built in 1859 by Gallitin Smith, wealthy young Tyler bachelor and Confederate officer. The stately colonial mansion is now a city museum housing artifacts of antebellum years, 18th-Century dental and medical tools, medicines, antique dressers and period furniture. . Closed holidays.
Other History nearby:
(Jefferson) Alley-McKay House
(Jefferson) Beard House
(Tyler) Camp Ford
(Tyler) Carnegie History Center
(Grand Saline) Depot Library/Civic Center
(Kilgore) East Texas Oil Museum
06/29 Coming to The Tyler area
Texas Shakespeare Festival Kilgore TX June27-July28 The Texas Shakespeare Festival employs high caliber actors, designers, and directors from throughout the nation.
Hope Watermelon Festival Hope AR August9-11 Watermelon Olympics, melon judging and auction, watermelon eating contest, seed spitting contest, melon toss, antique engine show, entertainment and SW Arkansas' largest arts and crafts show.
Dallas Greek Food Festival Dallas TX September27-29 The Greek Food Festival supports Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church's
ministries, community outreach, and youth programs.