400 South I-45
Ennis, TX 75119
Phone: (972) 872-9898
Fax: (972) 872-9895
Nicholas P. Sims Library is a community library which concentrates on multiple educational programs, especially for kids. The library has a huge stock of fiction and non fiction books for all ages as well as a large print books for people with low vision.
Getzendaner Park is an ideal spot in the city for recreational activities. You can also come here with your family for a nice afternoon picnic under the shade of the tree. Or you can take a nice stroll all by yourself along the beautifully designed trails and get lost in the huge trees. Come here and reconnect with nature!
Screams Halloween Theme Park is a haunted park which features as many as three different haunted houses, one of which has 3D effects. They also have a number of spooky rides, a graveyard and other similar attractions.
Temple Beth-El is located at Corsicana, Texas. This Moorish Revival synagogue was built by a Reform Jewish congregation between the years 1898 C.E and 1900 C.E. The building has a wooden frame with clapboard siding. It also has keyholed windows and a pair of octagonal towers topped by onion shaped domes. It was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on February 3, 1987.
Looking every bit like an over-the-top haunted mansion that it was intended to look like, the Munster House is the private home of McKee family. Big fans of the popular 1960s sitcom, the McKees designed their house to be an accurate copy of the set used on The Munster House. What's even surprising, is that since there was no blue print available to design the house, they got to it just by watching the episodes chronologically. Every room featured on the set is present in this house including the scary old oak at the entrance. Widely popular in the city, the Munster House is open for public only in October when it also provides venue for the community's Halloween Fund Raiser.