Explore Old Town, the Heart of Lewisville

Be A Part of Our Community


Come, explore, get a taste of the simple and amazing things that happen here.

Small Group at Table

Old Town, Where It All Began

Fun, historical tidbits you might not have known

    • The Greater Lewisville Community Theatre built in 1885 in Old Town, is the oldest standing building in Lewisville.
    • Main Street Cafe was built in 1885 as a Victorian-style home of Dr. J.W. Kennedy, who unwillingly provided medical attention to Bonnie & Clyde.
    • The Lewisville Feed Mill opened in 1886. Today, after renovation, it is a fine dining restaurant.
    • The Old Well House in front of City Hall, built in 1927, was the first municipal building housing the water well and the town’s fire truck and was featured on the 1962 television show Route 66 filmed In Lewisville.

Want to learn more? Make the Lewisville Visitor Information Center your first stop. Browse historical photos and learn what businesses our residents are doing to preserve the history and hospitality that makes this community special.

Year established
Dining and Entertainment Options
Works of Public Art
Annual public concerts and events

Ever wonder what it’s like to live in a small town?
You don’t have to leave the Metroplex to experience it for yourself.

A Place Where People Care


Whether for their neighbors, their work or where they live, Old Town residents take special care in all that they do.

Old Town Community

Close-Knit Community

Being in good company makes everything better! That’s why we relish opportunities to come together, even just virtually these days.

Bartender at Bendt Distilling Co

Small and Local Businesses

When you know a business owner by name, you can count on them to care about what they do and who they serve. 

Artistic and Inspired Places

Beautiful spaces help enrich our everyday experiences, that’s why we make a special effort in creating an urban oasis.



Learn more about Old Town’s unique community and experiences.