This 65-foot-tall replica of the iconic tower in Paris, France, includes a Texas touch--a red cowboy hat at the top. Colored lights brighten up the tower at night. Open daily. Jefferson Road at Collegiate Drive, next to the Love Civic Center.
Dating from 1866, this site contains more than 40,000 graves, including early Texas patriots. Many unusual, handsome, carved monuments. South Church Street at Jefferson Road.
Operated by City of Paris. The lake offers picnic areas, campsites, water skiing and fishing. About three miles northwest of Paris off U.S. 271.
A heritage park in a complex that includes the restored 1912 Union Station and Heritage Hall, and the Sheb Williams Rural Life Museum. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Fri.-Sat. Group tours by appointment. . 1009 W. Kaufman.
This Army Corps of Engineers lake on Sanders Creek has several parks that offer boat ramps, fishing, picnicking and camping. About 13 miles north of Paris off U.S. 271. .
This museum, in a restored 1917 shop on the downtown plaza, features works by Lamar County artists. Open 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Fri. and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sat. 8 W. Plaza. In the chamber of commerce building.
Built in High Victorian style in 1868, the two-story structure was home to Samuel Bell Maxey, who was a Mexican War veteran, Confederate general and a U.S. senator. The Texas Historical Commission property showcases the original family furnishings, clothing and letters, which illustrate the lives...
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