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Mount Pleasant/Titus County, Texas

Attractions in Mount Pleasant and Titus County

Visit the attractions in Mount Pleasant and Titus County and you’re sure to leave feeling reconnected with nature, appreciating the Native American history of the region, and hopefully toting a car full of fresh-picked produce. This is a Texas destination where you can hear Theodore Roosevelt speak during the day and listen to live jazz music at a vineyard in the evening. Pick your own blueberries and get up close to a vintage airplane.

Needless to say, the short two-hour drive east of Dallas to this city is well worth it. Read on to see some of the top attractions in Mount Pleasant.

Edison Phonograph Museum
You’ve probably seen a phonograph in a movie set in the late 19th or early 20th century, but have you viewed one up close? Thomas Edison invented this transformative device that allowed people to record and play back sound for the first time. The Edison Phonograph Museum, one of the most beloved attractions in Mount Pleasant, preserves early phonographs and rare recordings that include the voices of Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Edison, and William Jennings Bryan.
213 North Madison Avenue
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455
(903) 577-8183

Efurd Orchards
Travel to Efurd Orchards where they’re famous for their ripe, juicy, Texas peaches. Pluck a peach or get your fill of tomatoes, squash, peppers, strawberries … you name it. Their homemade peach ice cream is a crowd favorite.
361 County Road 1331
Pittsburg, TX 75686
(903) 856-2253  

Greer Farm
Greer Farm is a lush retreat nestled in the Piney Woods of Northeast Texas where they grow berries, herbs, vegetables, flowers, pine timber, and full-blood red and white Maine-Anjou beef cattle. Pick your own berries, take a Farm to Fork cooking class, reserve a private dining experience, or book a memorable farm stay. You’re sure to leave rejuvenated and with a nourished soul.
1444 CR 1125
Daingerfield, TX 75638
(903) 645-3232

Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards
The buttery sun melts over the chartreuse and plum wine grape vineyard as you enjoy award-winning wine and food in the gorgeous, must-visit Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards. Order the lobster nachos with charred guajillo or the grilled bison sliders with spicy-pickle mayonnaise. You’re sure to love their cleverly-named wines and the live jazz music on weekends at this retreat located just minutes outside of Mount Pleasant.
658 County Road 1334
Pittsburg, TX 75686
(903) 855-1769 

Mid America Flight Museum
Honor American veterans and get up close to approximately 30 vintage aircraft at the Mid America Flight Museum. This museum is one-of-a-kind in that the majority of the airplanes in their collection are flyable to this day, and they are continually restoring new planes. This museum also provides opportunities to get involved in the restoration process or help out with flying events.
501 Mike Hall Parkway
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455
(903) 573-2888

Titus County Museum
Step inside an authentic Caddo Indian grass hut and hear vignettes of life in a Native American village at the Titus County Museum inside the Mount Pleasant Public Library. This museum has an impressive collection of Native American artifacts, most all of which were found right here in Titus County. Learn why the railroad was important to Mount Pleasant’s establishment, and hear about the city’s contribution to the Civil War straight from Lieutenant Harrison Barrow’s mouth. Group tours can be scheduled in advance.
601 North Madison
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455
(903) 575-4180

Whatley Center for the Performing Arts
This Mount Pleasant theatre seats 570 and brings nationally-known performers, including the likes of Maya Angelou, Frankie Avalon, and The Gatlin Brothers to Northeast Texas. It also hosts productions such as Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple,” “Inherit the Wind,” and “Always…Patsy Cline.” Tickets can be purchased by calling the ticket office.
2886 Farm to Market Road 1735
Mount Pleasant, TX 75455
(903) 434-8181

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Mount Pleasant/Titus County, Texas