• City of Longview Grant funded by Tourism Dollars - 2011/2012
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation, Fondren Endowed Fund - 2009/2010
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation, Fondren Endowed Fund - 2010/2011
  • National Trust for Historic Preservation, Fondren Endowed Fund - 2012

Longview is filled with places of historical significance.

Gregg County Historical Museum, 214 N Fredonia St, Longview, TX 75601, is an excellent starting point.

Longview Historic Train Depot,  905 Pacific Avenue, Longview, TX 75602 remains a busy train depot, ranking as one of the busiest in the State of Texas.

Greenwood Cemetery, Greenwood Cemetery, 705 Magrill St., is the final resting place of many of Longview's early founders.

Nugget Hill Historic District was listed in the National Register of Historic Places.  The Nugget Hill neighborhood is bound by East Marshall Avenue or Highway 80, Teague Street, Padon Street and Turner Drive, and North Sixth Street.

Historical Markers of Gregg County.  Link to 50 Gregg County Historical Markers with maps to each site.

Cemeteries of Gregg County







Gold Sponsors:

Rembert-Harrison Home: John Harrison
Judge J.N. Campbell Home: Carol Fuller Jackson & Meyenburg Goat Milk Products
Robbins Home: Lana Robbins

Silver Sponsors:

Bodenheim Home: Bette Bodenheim and Betty and Mike Clowers
Gov. Campbell House: Dr. Jay and Ellen Campbell Gordon
Daniel Home: Charlotte Wrather
Florey Home: Margaret & Richard Wade, Aliece & Mike Scott, Charlene & Bill Dennis
Hurst Home: Jacqueline Jameson
Robbins Home: Betty Robbins Hurst, Dorothy Robbins Skeans, John Robbins
Rockwall Farms: Darlynn Jones, Mary Sue Rogers
Whaley Home: John Sloan
Falvey House: Knights of Pythias