Marshall’s tree shaded boulevards are a manifestation of nineteenth century homes in an assortment of architectural styles. The peaceful neighborhoods demonstrate a former period with homes that have wrap-around entryway patios, vaults, stately segments or offbeat gingerbread trim. Year-round attractions incorporate a New Year’s Day sell off, a quilt exhibition in March, festivity of Michigan Week in May, “Cruise to the Fountain” auto show and “Welcome to My Garden” visit. During the autumn season, the Scarecrow Festival, Harvest Festival draws a lot of tourists. The year rounds off with the city’s famous Christmas parade.