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.

BONHAM QUILT HOP
JULY 26 & 27 
9 AM -4 PM
Bonham Senior Center opens at  1:00 PM Friday
All other stops open at 9 AM
BONHAM QUILT HOP
SAM RAYBURN HOUSE
JULY 26 & 27 @  9-4
Featuring 5 Quilts from the Dolph Briscoe Centers Astronomical Quilts! Block Challenge Collection
WINE DOWN ON WILLOW RETURNS TO THE CREATIVE ARTS CENTER
JULY 26 @ 6 PM
Local wineries participate and sell wine and food is available for purchase as well.  the arts center brings in a local musician or two -Dinner and a show-who could resist????
ADMISSION IS FREE-DONATIONS ARE ACCEPTED 
For more information, call the CAC 903--640-2196.
BONHAM QUILT HOP
FANNIN COUNTY HISTORICAL COMMISSION 
JULY 26 & 27
The Fannin County Historical Commission is excited about the quilts it will be showing at the upcoming Quilt Hop.
Everyone will want to see this amazing flour sack quilt which has been graciously lent by Joe & Linda Fox.  It was Joes aunt and grandmothers. This full-sized quilt has two panels of W. Lee ODaniel Hillbilly Four Sacks.  You can also see Humpty Dumpty and Boy Blue, as well as 4 presidents.  
There will be many other historic quilts on display at the Fannin County Historical Commission, just a few blocks south of the Courthouse Square

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