Is a large, ornate Queen Anne house built in 1892 for a successful grain dealer. It features an octagonal second-floor turret, stained-glass windows and period antique furnishings. Appointment required for tour at 6:30 p.m. Wed. 808 S. Anglin St.
This 1904 building now houses the Layland Museum, which offers a glimpse into the country's history with more than 10,000 items relating to American home life in north central Texas and the Southwest. Carnegie Theater and Players is a restored historic theater on the upper floor of the museum. Th...
Enjoy the spring-fed lake and maybe catch a glimpse of beavers building a dam. Hike-and-bike trails zig-zag through limestone hills, canyons and wooded terrain. In early spring, bluebonnets blanket the open fields. Admission charge. 12 miles southwest of Cleburne, via U.S. 67 to Park Road 21. ww...
Several homes in varying architectural designs have been restored to their original 1880s charm. Some of the homes are open and decorated for the Candlewalk Tour of Historic Homes during the Whistle Stop Christmas each year. www.whistlestopchristmas.com
Built in 1912, this facility features a six-story open rotunda supported by four columns of matched marble ornately garnished in old ivory and gold-cut plaster. The dome features stained glass. Open 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri. Downtown.
This City of Cleburne lake offers boat ramps and fishing. About five miles southwest of Cleburne via U.S. 67. .
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