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Presidio County Courthouse

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Lincoln and Highland Streets, Marfa, TX
+1 432-729-4942
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Don’t miss the view from the top

Quaint old courthouse with easy access to all floors but make the climb to the very top for a... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Charles M
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A step back into history

In the middle of nowhere exists an amazing building that is so unique and simply beautiful. It’s... read more

Reviewed December 21, 2017
Marfa, Texas
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Lincoln and Highland Streets, Marfa, TX
+1 432-729-4942
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Quaint old courthouse with easy access to all floors but make the climb to the very top for a complete view of Marfa!

Thank Charles M
Reviewed December 21, 2017 via mobile

In the middle of nowhere exists an amazing building that is so unique and simply beautiful. It’s like a step back in time with the original woodwork, the original offices where just a few have been repurposed. It is truly the center of town where...More

Reviewed November 4, 2017 via mobile

Worth climbing to the top tower and watching a train go through this tiny, but special town. There’s a pecan tree in front of the courthouse, look around, you might find a snack!

Thank ephemerald
Reviewed November 3, 2017 via mobile

A must visit if in Marfa. Beautiful building that offers a look into history. Would highly recommend a visit. Can be viewed in 30 minutes.

Thank mgwsl
Reviewed October 18, 2017 via mobile

This was an unexpected pleasure. The buildings interior is beautiful, the staircase incredible and the view from the cupola is outstanding. I didn’t think it would be as great as it was. Just follow the stairs up...no hassle, no drama. Just plain cool.

Thank Scott R
Reviewed October 16, 2017

I guess you have to be in to western history or architecture to appreciate this place. It was an unexpected site in this small town and was interesting to see it. However, after a few moments, I had had enough and wanted to move on.

Thank Stewart S
Reviewed October 3, 2017

It's only 4 flights with plenty of landing area to rest as you climb the 77 stairs..take the stairs! I'll admit the stairs can be steep up towards the top. This is a real working as well as historic building. Along the way, terrific woodwork...More

Thank SanMo
Reviewed September 30, 2017

We have climbed the five flights of stairs to the top where you get a panoramic view of the town and surrounding area on s number of occasions but this time took the elevator tucked away on the west side of the building to the...More

1  Thank jsthouston
Reviewed August 28, 2017

When strolling thru the town, it's worth the short walk into the old building to see the beautiful staircase and court rooms.

Thank susan c
Reviewed July 25, 2017

Beautiful historic courthouse in downtown Marfa. One of the nicest courthouses in the state of Texas.

Thank sabimax
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