Exhibits include antique dolls and an old buggy. Housed in the restored historic bank building on the square. Texas Tea Room is open for lunch Mon.-Fri. Includes a gift shop. 100 E. Sabine St.
It features a historical building, La Grone Family History Center, genealogical library and history of law enforcement in East Texas. 211 N. Shelby St.
A life-sized statue of Jim Reeves commemorates the Panola County native who became a country/western singer and member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. He died in a plane crash in 1964. Three miles east of downtown on U.S. 79.
Pays tribute to Texans who have made an indelible mark on country music and contains memorabilia from Ritter, an early member of the Grand Ole Opry. A bronze statue in front features Ritter and his horse. Gift shop. Bus tours welcomed. Admission charge. 310 W. Panola St. www.carthagetexas.com
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