Comfort Inn & Suites Near Cleburne Conference Center
2117 N. Main
Cleburne, TX 76033-5009
Phone: (817) 641-4702
Fax: (817) 641-4336
The Johnson County Courthouse located in Johnson City, Texas was constructed over a century ago, in the year 1913. It was designed by renowned architects Lang and Witchell. It signifies the Classic Revival architectural style with Prairie-style detailing. The structure is exquisitely built in concrete, Elgin brick and pink granite. Owing to its high monumental value, it was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
It's "Miller Time" all the time at the Marketplace, located inside the Miller Brewery just 10 minutes south of downtown Fort Worth. Shoppers can purchase bar accessories, golf bags, glassware, Tommy Hilfiger shirts and even autographed memorabilia from NASCAR racing great Rusty Wallace—all sporting the Miller logo.
The largest Protestant institution of its kind, this school began as an offshoot of the Baylor Theology department and became a separate entity in 1907. In 1910, the school moved from Waco to its present location in Southwest Fort Worth. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary offers bachelor and master's degrees in three disciplines: theology, educational ministry and church music. There are currently 20,000 students enrolled. The A. Webb Roberts Library houses the Tandy Archeological Museum, a small collection of biblical artifacts open to the public. Here you'll find maps, pottery and tools from the biblical town of Timnah, where Samson is said to have lived.
Ten Triple X Ranch is the place for adventure lovers. Stroll down the scenic lake or explore the exotic wildlife.
Glen Rose is the dinosaur capital of Texas, and was voted America's Dream Town in 2004. Visit Glen Rose and stay in your choice of more than 25 bed & breakfasts; as well as experiencing the breath taking views of the hills and rivers. Glen Rose is a great place to enjoy many hiking and biking opportunities.
Over 200 life-like figures of movie stars, historical figures, fantasy and fear can be seen at Louis Tussaud
Texas Christian University enrolls 7,600 graduate and undergraduate students per year. 79 undergraduate majors are available in six schools: education, business, fine arts, arts and science, nursing and divinity. The Horned Frogs compete at the NCAA Division IA-level in football, basketball, baseball, volleyball, and 15 other sports. Banners lining the campus streets proudly display purple and white colors. Randolph and Addison Clark first tried to build a college in Fort Worth in 1869, but briefly moved the site to Thorp Springs in 1873. Another move to Waco followed in 1895. After the Waco campus was destroyed by fire, the school made its final move back to Fort Worth in 1910.
Offers SeaDoo rentals, Pontoon boat rentals, and lake tours for groups and individuals. They have been in business since 1997.
An Old Western jail complete with an original cell block and hanging tower. Collections of artifacts and memorabilia depicting the history of Granbury and Hood County are also available.
This historic opera house features professional musicals, plays and melodramas year-round for your enjoyment.
Take a historic tour of this 20th-century rural Texas train station, which looks very much like it did when it was built in 1914. Group tours are available.
This pretty, leisurely five-mile journey takes passengers from Forest Park through the woods, over trestles and under bridges, to the duck pond at Trinity Park and back. In Trinity Park, the train stops at a refreshment depot for soft drinks and popcorn, the remaining attraction is the old Forest Park Rides built in 1958. Two trains run simultaneously on the busiest days. Children find it the ride to be a great adventure, while parents will enjoy the leisurely pace.