Jefferson, Texas

Take a step back in time to the bustling 19th century riverport, when you take a trip to Jefferson, Texas. This is a town where Southern grace still takes place, antique shops line the brick roads, horse-drawn carriages and steam paddle boats are a means of transportation, and men and women stroll the streets in petticoats and parasols. Come visit us, and you'll want to keep coming back. 

Jefferson Flea Market

The Jefferson Flea Market is evolving into one of the better Flea Markets in East Texas. Since opening over a year ago, the Jefferson Flea Market is growing, with an increase in both the number of visitors and vendors. Open year round on Friday and Saturday the First and Third weekend of every month and occasionally on Sunday when there is a holiday or special events on the following Monday (see Flea Market Calendar for details).

Jefferson General Store

Step through our front door and step back in time. This store has served East Texas as a hardware Store and a General Store since the 1870's. Enjoy the authentic atmoshpere, put a nickel in the juke box, sip on a root beer float, play a game of checkers and cool your heels. We have lots of neat stuff to look at and buy...

Jefferson Historical Society Museum

Preserve the Past: Relics from Caddo Indians, Steamboat days, Train period, Civil War, and Bust and Revitalization. Retain the Present: Texas & Pacific model railroad, seminars, special events and gift shop. Capture the Future: New exhibits and projects, become a Museum Member.

Port Jefferson Outpost

The Port Jefferson Outpost has a diner, gift shop, ice cream shop, coffee bar, local artist gallery, and much more!

Stillwater Inn

Since 1984, the Stillwater Inn has been offering East Texans and visitors to Jefferson an ambitious fare, not previously seen in area restaurants. Grilled breast of duck, Colorado lamb rack, fresh seafood options such as Alaskan halibut, salmon and Dover sole have distinguished the seasonally changing menu. In addition, center cut steaks and fillets have always been a mainstay.
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