301 Willow Creek Parkway
Palestine, TX 75801
Phone: (903) 723-0284
Fax: (903) 723-0718
Reagan Park is a local five-acre (2.02 hectare) park located on East Park Avenue and Crockett Road. The park features practice fields for baseball and softball, and also practice batting pitch.
Palestine Main Street District is a major tourist attraction exhibiting the vibrant community of the city. Located on West Main Street, the site features 44 blocks including a courthouse square, the Depot Visitor Center, boutiques, antique and jewelry stores, salons, restaurants and entertainment options like live theater.
Sacred Heart Catholic Church is a pristine 19th-century church located on North Queen Street. In 1979, this historic church was marked in the National Register of Historic Places.
Located in the historic downtown of Palestine, Granny Muffin Wines is a haven for all wine lovers. The collection of flavorful wines ranges from blush and dessert wines to red and white wines. The winery offers a selection of wind chimes and musical clocks too.
Located on North Queen Street, Carnegie Library is a spacious library nestled in a historic building. The library premises can also be availed for medium-size meetings and events.
Anderson County Courthouse is a prominent landmark on North Church Street. This historic courthouse was built between 1913-1914 as a single-story wood structure in a Beaux-Arts style.
Howard House Museum is a 19th-century historic home located on North Perry Street. Owned and maintained by the city council, the house can be visited by special tours, and its premises can be used for various private functions and events.
Davey Dogwood Park is a 200 acre (80.94 hectares) green park located on North Queen Street. The park is popular site for hosting the Dogwood Trails Celebration every year.