The Dallas County Courthouse is a historic governmental building located in downtown Dallas. Constructed in 1892, the bright red Dallas County Courthouse is hard to miss along Houston Street. Made of red sandstone with marble accents, the building is also known to locals as "the Old Red Courthouse."
In 2007, the Old Red Courthouse became the old Red Museum, a museum showcasing the history of Dallas county. The museum was designed by Max A. Orlopp. On December 12, 1976, the Dallas County Courthouse was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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