Built in 1897 of hand-cut and carved limestone, this building is one of the finest remaining examples of Romanesque Renaissance Revival architecture in Texas. The clock tower is copper-domed, and the rotunda skylight is Texas Star-pattern art glass. 600 Main St.
The Mitchell Collection features more than 6,000 spurs, said to be the largest collection in the world. Also see Western memorabilia, area antiques, and an unusual double-wall log jail with an underground dungeon. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Tue.-Sat. 718 Main St. www.coryellmuseum.org
This facility, part of the Turner Research Station, offers a monthly open house where visitors can learn about astronomy and use a 24-inch telescope (weather permitting). Open house generally on second Sat. of month; call or visit website for schedule. 14801 F.M. 182 in Valley Mills. About 1 mil...
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