The Gregg County Historical Museum has a multi-faceted permanent exhibit focusing on its forestry past. The exhibit documents the county's first and major industry prior to the 1930s oil boom, including its sawmills, basket factories and lumberjacks working in the forests. Guests are invited to see and feel examples of prominent forest species: loblolly pine, water oak, and sweet gum trees. Artifacts in the exhibit include giant saw blades, axes, two-man saws. U.S. Interstate 20 and US Highway 259.
10:00 am - 4:00 pm Tuesday through Friday Saturday 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
$2.00 for adults $1.00 for school aged children and seniors