Every aspect of the 1930s oil boom days is re-created through dioramas, films, sound effects and mementos of the oil field that depict daily lives. See an old-fashioned drilling rig. Board an elevator that simulates a 3,800-foot ride below ground to see oil formations within the earth. Open 9 a.m...
See films and displays of props, costumes, uniforms, awards and mementos of Kilgore College's world-famous precision drill and dance team. The first of its kind, the Rangerettes were formed in 1940 as halftime entertainment for local football games. Open 9 a.m.–noon and 1–4 p.m. Mon.–Fri. and 10 ...
The greatest concentration of oil wells in the world once stood on part of a downtown block. A tribute to this oil boom of 1930s, the park features one of the original derricks plus 36 new ones, a restored pumpjack, granite monument, and brick walkways. A historical marker has details. At Main an...
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