county seat of Lamar County, Texas, United States
Take I35 till you reach the exit 43. FM 180 will then take you straight into Paris. Enjoy the crepes.
- 1 Sam Bell Maxey State Historic Site, 812 S. Church St, ☏ . A prime example of Victorian architecture, this 1868 home and gardens have been beautifully restored.
- 2 Eiffel Tower. A replica built in 1993. It's less than one-tenth of the original, but adds a red cowboy hat on top.
- 3 Lamar County Historical Museum, ☏ . F-SA only, 10AM-4PM.
The downtown square and immediate vicinity have a lot of antique shops and boutiques.
- Crawford's Hole In the Wall, 202 3rd St NW, ☏ . Lunch-only joint with good burgers.
- La Familia Mexican Restaurant, 303 20th St Ne, ☏ . Possibly the best Tex-Mex in town.
- Fish Fry, 3500 NE Loop 286, ☏ . Good southern fried catfish and some of the best steaks in town.
- Junk Saloon, 1212 19th St NW, ☏ .
- Best Western Inn, 3755 N.E. Loop 286, ☏ .
- Days Inn, 2650 N Main, ☏ . Swimming pool.
- Hampton Inn Paris, 3563 N.E. Loop 286, ☏ . Spacious rooms and a good complimentary breakfast.
- Pat Mayse State Park is about 12 miles north on US 271, offering boating, swimming, fishing, and hiking opportunities.
|Routes through Paris|
|Gainesville ← Sherman ←||W E||→ Jct N S → Texarkana|
|Fort Smith ← Hugo ←||N S||→ Mount Pleasant → Tyler|