8 West Plaza
Paris, Texas 75460
A.M. & Welma Aikin Regional Archives
Contains the local historical archives for Lamar, Red River, Delta, and Fannin Counties. The office replica of Senator Aikin, the father of modern education in Texas, is on display as it appeared in the state capitol in Austin, as well as items relating to the Senator's 46 year career in the state legislature.
Paris Junior College in the Mike Rheudasil Learning Center
Open Monday - Thursday from 8-5, and 8-12 on Friday.
Chisum Burial Site
Marks the place where John Chisum, Texas and New Mexico cattle baron, was interred 1884 following his death in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
1100 block of West Washington
Dragon Athletic Hall of Fame
Houses memorabilia and names of honored athletes and alumni of Paris Junior College.
Paris Junior College in the Hunt Physical Education Complex
George Wright's Bust
Heritage Hall, South Kaufman adjacent to the Santa Fe-Frisco depot
Market Square Mural
Commissioned by the Arts Development Council of the Lamar County Chamber of Commerce in Celebration of Texas' Sesquicentennial.
1st S.W. and Kaufman Street
Paris Community Theater
Provides five productions a year encompassing comedies, dramas, mysteries and musicals.
Monday- Friday 1:00p.m.-5:00p.m.
Paris Public Library
326 South Main Street
9:00a.m.-6:00p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
10:00a.m.-8:00p.m. Tuesday, Thursday
Plaza Art Gallery
The Gallery was created as an out-growth of the Hayden Museum of American Art and is home to the Artist Guild of Paris which provides monthly events highlighting the abundance and variety of the area's visual artists.
8 West Plaza
Open M-F 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
World War I Memorial
Dedicated to the "Lamar County Heros that died from 1917-1918 in the First World War."
West side of the old Post Office property