Our location offers quick access to the area's sites, sounds and attractions. We'll point you in any direction you choose to ensure your stay is all you want it to be! According to a mural on the courthouse depicting the arrival of the Graham brothers, the town square is physically the largest of any in the country.
Historic US Army fort built to protect the Texas frontier. Troops pursued raiding bands of Indians, allowing for settlement of the area. Fort Belknap played a role in the Butterfield Overland Stage route. See restored buildings, grape arbor and museum.
Catering to all anglers! Guided fishing trips with Will are unforgettable. All ages are welcome. Find out about Hog Island skiff trips, wading trips and more. This adventure will be about more than just fishing!
This National Register Historic Building in the center of the town square is now home to a museum and art center (OPOMAC). Art exhibits rotate and they host or sponsor several annual community events. Admission is free.
Specializing in out-of-print, scarce, eclectic and occasionally new books. Selections in Texas History, Americana and Children’s Books bring customers from far and wide. Pratt’s is an adventure!
Celebrating 100 years on the square in Graham in 2021! Step back in time when you walk through the doors! Apparel, footwear and accessories for men and women.
The old Young County Jail has been converted by Cora Barker and now houses mini-shops offering jewelry, antiques, collectables, home decor, snacks and lots more.
Bistro dining with a really temping menu and daily specials. Pies, scones and more. They claim the “Best Prime Rib in Texas” every Friday and Saturday night.
At Middle Sister they believe the best way to know each other is to share a meal and a story. They offer hand crafted cocktails, coffee and food made from scratch with love.
The promise a memorable dining experience with a menu full of traditional Mexican favorites and a few new twists on old favorites. Eat in or take out.
Just follow the neon lights to the west side of America’s largest downtown square and you’ll find the National Theatre, a cherished local icon since it first opened its doors in 1920. With first-run movies, they offer a safe family entertainment in Young County at a fraction of the cost of larger big city cinemas. The National is open seven days a week, 364 days a year.
The downtown especially is quite picturesque, with old buildings, painted murals and the lovely town square. The area was first settled in 1871, when two Graham brothers moved from Kentucky to Texas after the Civil War. That same year, the Warren Wagon Train Raid occurred a few miles north of the city. Graham was established in 1872 with purchase of a local saltworks. The original town newspaper, The Graham Leader, is still in existence today!
Look for The Tattered Pearl on 4th Street and Reclaimed Style on Elm Street for women’s clothing. We’ll be posting more places to shop as we find them. Southern Charm of South Bend has gifts and collectibles!
For more things to do in Graham, see VisitGrahamTexas website and also their Facebook page. There’s a Shop/Play section of Where Texas Comes Home also. What a Trip with Nancy D. Brown has a nice page about what to do in the local area. We mentioned the Graham Drive-In Theatre, right? Enjoy boating and water recreation at Lake Graham, Lake Eddleman or nearby Possum Kingdom State Park.
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