Dating from 1866, this site contains more than 40,000 graves, including many early Texas patriots. Many unusual, handsome carved headstones and monuments. South Church Street at Jefferson Road.
A heritage park in a complex that includes the restored 1912 Union Station and Heritage Hall. It also includes the columned facade of Judge Jim Noble Thompson's home, photos of historic Paris houses, military artifacts, and the Sheb Williams Rural Life Museum. Open 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Fri.–Sat. Group ...
This museum, in a restored 1917 shop on the downtown plaza, is an extension of the William and Elizabeth Hayden Museum of American Art (open by appointment; call the Paris Visitors and Convention Council). It features and promotes work produced by artists who are residents of Lamar County. Open 8...
Built in High Victorian style in 1868, the two-story frame structure was home to Samuel Bell Maxey, who was a Mexican War veteran, Confederate general and two-term U.S. senator. It showcases a fine collection of original family furnishings, clothing and letters, which illustrate the lives of thre...
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