Marshall is a city located in northeastern Texas and the county seat of Harrison County. The city has a population of about 23,523 in the 2010 census. Marshall is known for its rich history and cultural heritage, and is home to several historical landmarks, such as the Harrison County Courthouse, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Texas & Pacific Railway Depot, which is now a museum. The city also has a vibrant downtown area with many shops, restaurants, and art galleries.

Marshall is also known for its annual events, such as the Wonderland of Lights, which is a Christmas light festival, and the Texas and Pacific Railway Festival, which celebrates the city’s railway heritage. The city also hosts the Marshall Main Street’s Wine & Art Fest, which is a celebration of local art and wine. Marshall is home to East Texas Baptist University and Wiley College, a historically black college.