Attractions in Graham

Historic movie theaters, unique museums, scenic lakes, and the largest downtown square in America among the many attractions in Graham, Texas. Try your luck at hooking a catfish at Lake Graham, or hike the secluded nature trails at Possum Kingdom State Park. Looking to indulge in some retail therapy? Explore the unique shops in Graham’s Historic Downtown Square and you’ll find everything from clothing and candles to art and antiques. Are you a history enthusiast? Visit Fort Belknap, a mid-18th century U.S. Army fort, or check out the exhibits at the Old Post Office Museum and Art Center. Of course, there are many more attractions in Graham that provides even more experiences. Continue reading to see what this quaint North Texas town has to offer.

Courthouse Archway
“The Arch,” as it’s affectionately known, is all that remains of Graham’s 1884 courthouse that was razed in 1932 to make way for the current structure. Today, the Courthouse Archway is a town symbol that can be seen during a visit to the downtown square.
Downtown Square
Graham, TX 76450

Fort Belknap
Step inside a U.S. Army frontier fort that was a base of operations for troops who protected residents of the area before the Civil War. A small museum displays period clothing and other items relay the fort’s history, and you can see several restored buildings when you tour the installation.
114 Fort Circle
Newcastle, TX 76372
(940) 846-3222

Graham Country Club
Scenic fairways set among thickets of verdant trees greet you at Graham Country Club, which the Dallas Morning News ranked among the top nine-hole courses in Texas. The tree-shaded course features 24 sand traps, beautifully manicured greens, and two of the most challenging par-4’s you’ll ever play back-to-back. After your round, stop by the full-service club for a delicious meal or take a dip in the swimming pool. The course is open Tuesday through Sunday.
156 Country Club Drive W
Graham, TX 76450
(940) 549-7721

Graham Drive-in Theatre
See a movie under the stars at the drive-in theater in Graham, one of the few operating outdoor movie theaters left in Texas. Watch first-run or recent releases of major Hollywood pictures on the drive-in’s high-tech digital projector screen. Information about upcoming shows is available on the theater’s website.
1519 4th Street
Graham, TX 76450
(940) 549-8475

Historic Downtown Square
Fascinating architecture, public art, and an impressive range of shops, restaurants, and museums reside within Graham’s historic downtown square. There’s plenty to see and do within the square, which is known as the largest downtown square in America.
516 Fourth Street
Graham, TX 76450

National Theatre of Graham
Add a bit of history to your movie going experience when you catch a show at the National Theatre of Graham, located in the downtown square. This 1919-built theater, Graham’s first, screens first-run movies on its three different screens.
522 Oak Street
Graham, TX 76450
(940) 549-2077

Old Post Office Museum and Art Center
Stepping into the museum and art center that now occupies Graham’s old art deco-style post office is like taking an adventure through Young County history. The museum features oil field photographs from the 1800’s and 1900’s, a military collection of uniforms and equipment from the American Indian War, and a collection of Native American pottery. Tour the art center and you’ll see paintings, sculptures, photographs, and other works that make up one of the many rotating exhibits and shows held here throughout the year. The museum and art center is open Monday through Friday.
510 3rd Street
Graham, TX 76459
(940) 549-1470

Possum Kingdom State Park
Drive 30 miles south of Graham and you’ll find Possum Kingdom State Park, a sprawling natural area with beautiful blue water and scenic sandy beaches. Go for a swim in the crystal-clear water, try your luck at snagging a bass fish, or hike and bike on the gorgeous nature trails. The park is open year-round and a small fee is owed upon entry.
4901 State Park Road 33
Caddo, TX 76429
(940) 549-1803

Young County Arena
The Young County Arena is Graham’s event center that hosts everything from rodeos and bull riding competitions to MX Motocross races and livestock shows. A full list of events can be found on the arena’s website.
120 Barclay Boulevard
Graham, TX 76450
(940) 521-0434

Young County Veterans Memorial
Located on the downtown square, the Young County Veterans Memorial remembers the 157 Young County men and women who died serving their country since World War I. The memorial features a seven-foot-tall red granite star set in the center of a wall inscribed with the names of all Young County residents who served in the military in the 20th century.
Downtown Square
Graham, TX 76450

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