Quality Inn & Suites
2406 N. Trade Days Blvd
Canton, TX 75103
Phone: (903) 567-0909
Fax: (903) 567-1601
2406 N. Trade Days Blvd, Canton, TX, US, 75103
- Phone: (903) 567-0909
- Fax: (903) 567-1601
Arts & Museums
Located in the 1896 Faulk-Gauntt building, this museum features an array of vintage and antique memorabilia, as well as historical recreations of a turn-of-the-century dry goods store, an early law office, a parlor, and a schoolroom.
Located in the Carnegie library building, this museum collects, preserves, and displays artifacts and memorabilia pertaining to the history and cultural heritage of the City of Terrell, the area and its people.
Parrott Park is an open-air agricultural museum. This establishment features a well-preserved archive of agricultural and industrial mechanism used in yesteryear Texas. The exhibition includes a model railroad, 20 tractors, a replica gas station, a water mill, and other machinery and equipment. Admission to this site is free and guided tours are offered for individuals as well as the whole family.
After many years at its original home at the Municipal Airport of Terrell, Texas, the Silent Wings Museum has moved to Lubbock, Texas. The museum officially re-opened on October 19, 2002. The National World War II Glider Pilots Association held its annual reunion at the museum to coincide with the opening ceremonies. Lubbock, Texas is the home of the South Plains Army Air Field, one of the locations where WWII Glider Pilots trained.
The Historic Aviation Memorial Museum's mission is "to pay tribute to the pioneers of flight and the patriots who were instrumental in the advancement of aviation during the 20th century." The Exhibit Hall houses a gift shop, multi-media theater room, library, and part of the current collection of aviation memorabilia spanning the 20th century. The hangar includes a Russian Mig-17F, Czech L-29 Delfin trainer and more. Aircraft on permanent display include a FJ-4 Fury, T-2C Buckeye, F-105D Thunderchief, F-111 Aardvark, and a T-33 Shooting Star.
Displays of gowns, photos, and memorabilia of past Texas Rose Festivals, as well as exhibits on the historical value of the rose industry are to be found in this museum.
McClendon House was the childhood home of the illustrious journalist Sarah McClendon. It is now a living museum that features collection from different eras including the Civil War and the World Wars. Visitors can also avail guided tours of the house museum and know about its history and collection. This historical landmark can also be hired for private events and celebrations.
It was originally called "Bonnie Castle" when it was built as a one-story home.
An affiliate of the American Science Technology Centers and the Association of Children's Museums, the Discovery Science Place is a hands-on science museum offering three exhibit halls filled with dozens of interactive exhibits for kids of all ages.
Housed on the first floor of the former Carnegie Public Library, circa 1904, this museum displays artifacts that reflect the history of Tyler and Smith County. The building is one of four Carnegie buildings remaining in Texas and it listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings.
Award-winning art museum that features a permanent collection of over 500 works that include sculptures, paintings, prints, and photographs. Two major exhibition galleries are located on the ground floor and a smaller gallery is located on the upper level. A library, art studio, tearoom, and gift shop are also on site.
This museum has exhibits demonstrating life on an early day dairy farm.