See the private railroad car and memorabilia of Col. E.H.R. "Ned" Green, president of the Texas Midland Railroad and son of Hetty Green, the "Witch of Wall Street." In Ben Gill Park on West Moore Street.
This facility commemorates the joint efforts of the British and U.S. governments in training more than 2,200 British and American pilots here during World War II. Open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Wed. and Fri.-Sat., and other times by appointment. 119 Silent Wings Blvd.
This Recorded Texas Historic Landmark was one of the first homes in town, and is one of only 20 surviving Round Houses in the nation. The interior is not open to the public. 200 Bowser Circle. On the Southwestern Christian College campus.
This local history museum is housed in the 1904 Carnegie Building, which served as a public library until 1984. Open 1-4 p.m. Sat.-Sun. 207 N. Frances St. www.terrellheritagemuseum.org
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