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The Most Decorated WWII Soldier, Greenville

Cities to Visit: Greenville, Texas

You'll like our style... less than one hour east from downtown Dallas on I-30. Enjoy the quaint country charm of rural living and recreation while visiting the Greenville area.

Home to some of the most acclaimed personalities in America's rich history can be viewed at the Audie Murphy/American Cotton Museum (open year round, I-30 Exit 95). The museum proudly displays a newly dedicated ten foot bronze statue of Hunt County native Audie L. Murphy, World War II's most decorated soldier. The museum also showcases personal effects and replicas of the famous baseball player Monty Stratton. And of course it wouldn't be the "American Cotton Museum" if there weren't a wealth of information regarding the rich cotton history of Hunt County and Texas.

Greenville offers many other unique and nostalgic "glimpses" of the past. With its rich history providing a bright future for antique hunters, Greenville boasts numerous individual shops of collectibles, glassware and primitives-from the antique, artisans & more.

Greenville's location is less than one hour from six (6) recreational lakes, which provides year-round scenic beauty for the ideal weekend getaway! Visitors can also enjoy visiting area golf courses, Paul Mathew's Nature Prairie, and sampling the award winning fruit cakes of Mary of Puddin Hill.

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For more information on the Greenville area, contact The Greenville Chamber of Commerce, P. O. Box 1055, Greenville TX, 75401; 903-455-1510, fax 903-455-1736, email: tourism@greenville-chamber.org, website: www.greenvillechamber.com or www.tourtexas.com/greenville.

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