Audie Murphy, the most decorated soldier of World War II, had been a resident of Farmersville before entering the U.S. Army. Displays feature copies of Murphy's service medals, autographed photos and other memorabilia. Open 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Tue. and Thu., 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Wed. and Fri., and 9...
Enjoy hiking, biking and geocaching on this 5-mile paved railroad trail with scenic views and wildlife. Parking available at the Audie Murphy Trailhead downtown near the Historic Onion Shed. 151 S. Main St. www.farmersvilletx.com.
Town square includes the Audie L. Murphy Memorial, the Farmersville War Veterans Memorial, and the state historical marker celebrating Audie Murphy's homecoming to Farmersville on June 15, 1945. McKinney Street at Washington Street.
This open-air loading dock, built in the 1930s to get onions to market by railroad, is now a center for community events. 151 S. Main St. South of McKinney Street. www.farmersvilletx.com
Features opry-style country music shows on the second Sat. of each month at 7:30 p.m. 135 S. Main St. www.mainstreetmusichall.com
"Soil Conservation in Collin County," commissioned during the Great Depression and painted by Texas artist Jerry Bywaters. Open daily. 213 McKinney St. In the U.S. Post Office lobby. .
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