Founded in the early 1800s, Lewisburg was named for frontier explorer Meriwether Lewis of the famed duo Lewis and Clark. The historic downtown has unique shops and eateries surrounding the stately Marshall County Courthouse, and a monument honoring Confederate Civil War veterans.
Formerly the Dixie Theater, this 1913 building is now Marshall County Community Theatre and silent movies have been replaced with live performances, talent shows, and programs.
You'll find everything expected at Parson's Pharmacy "" a local drug store with gifts and other curiosities.
Oddly enough, Ladies Rest Room is exactly what it seems "" a public restroom for women built in the mid-1920s to accommodate the wives of farmers who came to town for business.
Marshall Co. Courthouse
101 First Ave. Lewisburg
Marshall Co. Community Theatre
203 First Ave. N. Lewisburg
122 Second Ave N. Lewisburg
Ladies Rest Room
105 First Ave. N. Lewisburg