Bonham Visitors Center is here to help guide visitors and tour groups to the many attractions, museums, and events in and around the City of Bonham, Texas and surrounding Fannin County. Dating back to 1837, we are one of the oldest cities in Texas. Visit the Fannin County Museum of History to see how Bonham was started and has changed over the last one hundred and eighty plus years. Offering restaurants for dining with friends and family, Hotels and Bed and Breakfasts for a special get-away, our quaint little city is an amazing jewel just an hour north of Dallas.
Most notable from here is former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Sam Rayburn. We are home to the Sam Rayburn Library and Museum and the Sam Rayburn House State Historic Site, Mr. Sam’s former home. One of our new attractions is the Barn Quilt Trail. It’s the largest in Texas and offers hours of sightseeing enjoyment. Be sure to plan to visit Bonham, Tx on your next trip.
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Beginning in November 2018, the Sam Rayburn House will no longer be open on Sundays. You can still visit us from Tuesday through Saturday (10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with tours on the hour from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and the last tour at 3:15 p.m.). ... See MoreSee Less
October's Cooler Temps - Great Wine Down Weather The Summer is finally over and this year was especially hot. The prolonged heat and humidity made outdoor activities a challenge. However, the dog days are gone, and though there's no frost on the pumpkins yet, everyone is thinking fall. Wine Down on Willow at the Creative Arts Center this month is on Friday, October 19 at 6 PM. What better way is there to celebrate the passing of Summer than to sip wine and enjoy great music under the willow trees on a Friday evening? Guitarist David Odom will provide the entertainment for the evening and his music is great to listen to or sing along with. There is no cover but donations are accepted. Homestead and Cooley Bay Wineries will be on hand. La Coqueta Mexican food will also be available. So, sit, sip and relax at the Creative Arts Center, Friday, October 19. While you're here, shop in the gift shop or view the beautiful Taste of Color exhibit, featuring the art of Kay Carrel, on display until October 27. For more information about the Creative Arts Center, call 903-640-2196 or visit www.creativeartscenterbonham.com. ... See MoreSee Less
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