A landmark and a symbol of the oil boom years that is one of the most photographed and visited sites in Kilgore
A picture perfect spot to complete any historic downtown located on the side of the BTH Bank building
With its stained glass from the 1930s and the original organ, this church offers breathtaking views.
Built in 1931, the go-to place for Westerns. Owned by the City of Kilgore, ongoing renovations aim to revitalize the historic venue. Open for viewing during special downtown events and available to rent for weddings and events.
A collection, preservation, and showcase of the history of electronic communications to educate and entertain patrons of all ages
Kilgore's former United States Post Office, ca. 1938, a project of Kilgore Historical Preservation Foundation, spotlighting its history and renovation.
From the mid-1960s to 1972, the Crim relocated to the Texan. Since that time, the theater relocated back to its original building and restored its neon marquee.