The Visitor Information Center is closed through Sunday, May 10 in compliance with the disaster declarations recently signed by Denton County Judge Andy Eads and Mayor Rudy Durham, due to COVID-19.

Visitor Information Center


The Visitor Information Center located at 247 W. Main Street and is the gateway to historic Old Town Lewisville.

Unique to the Lewisville Visitor Information Center are three museum rooms. These rooms highlight Lewisville’s Deep Roots, Arts & Culture, and the Fighting Farmers of Lewisville High School. Visitors will get to see artifacts from some of the biggest events that helped shape the early years of the city, along with more recent events.

As Thick as Water – The Story of Lewisville Lake 

1952 Lake construction photo 2The exhibit is a collaborative effort by the City of Lewisville and Denton County History and Culture. It chronicles major events from the creation of the lake though present-day uses and features historic photos, maps, little known facts, and newspaper articles detailing the creation of the lake.

Visitors can also pick up flyers, brochures, and maps to help familiarize themselves with attractions, restaurants, and hotels in Lewisville and Southern Denton County

The Visitor Information Center is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.