Visitor Center & Museum

Visit Us
Come visit us at the Roanoke Visitor Center and Museum and see our beautifully restored rock building from 1886, the centerpiece of downtown Roanoke since the turn of the 20th century. The building was re-opened to the public in 2008 after a rigorous restoration.

Formerly the Silver Spur Saloon, the stately building also housed an upstairs brothel, dance hall, and much more. Enjoy our collection of local and regional artifacts and learn about the local legends of Roanoke's vibrant past. The Silver Spur Saloon Building was awarded a Texas Recorded Historic Landmark designation and received an award for Best Renovation from the Texas Downtown Association and Preservation Texas in 2009.
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Local Amenities
We are located in the heart of historic downtown Roanoke at:
114 N. Oak Street
Roanoke, TX 76262

Roanoke is the Unique Dining Capitol of Texas. We offer over 40 delicious, unique restaurants and shopping, events, and live musical entertainment. Experience historic downtown Roanoke today!

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Downtown Roanoke
Visit Historic Downtown Roanoke and experience our timeless charm. We offer a special down-home, friendly ambiance hard to find in the midst of a major metropolitan area. Roanoke was appointed the Unique Dining Capital of Texas in June 2009 by the Texas House of Representatives and is the home of the original world-famous Babe’s Chicken Dinner House and over 40 other delicious restaurants.

Hawaiian Falls
Visit Hawaiian Falls Water Park during the summer and enjoy our boutiques and shops. The water park, along with Roanoke, is located just a few minutes from the Texas Motor Speedway and Interstate 35, in the midst of the fastest growing part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

Original Settlers & Great Location

With original settlers date back to 1844, Roanoke is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. For many years, Roanoke was home to legendary golfer Byron Nelson who built his home in Roanoke as a young man and lived here until his death in 2006. Just a quick drive from Dallas-Fort Worth and Alliance airports, Roanoke is located at highways 114, 377, and 170.

Learn More

The City of Roanoke welcomes everyone to learn about the exciting early days of Roanoke. We have the privilege to share the friendly small town charm of Roanoke and our beautifully restored Historic Oak Street with everyone who visits.

Experience Historic Downtown Roanoke today! Contact the Roanoke Visitor Center and Museum for more information at 817-491-6090.