1510 East Wood Street
Paris, TN 38242
Phone: (731) 642-2838
Fax: (731) 642-7556
A 60 foot scale model of the original tower in Paris, France, was donated to the city from Christian Brothers University in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1991.
The Wildlife refuge is comprised of more than 50,000 acres of land on and around the Kentucky river. It serves as a habitat for management and protection for many species of wildlife.
The courthouse is one of the oldest buildings in Paris and is also one of the oldest working courthouses. Visitors will find oil paintings of past governors and historic photos throughout.
This public library has a conference room and a large meeting room, both of which are available for public use. The geneology department has an extensive staff of volunteers who can look up almost anything one could want to know about Henry county. The children's library hosts a story hour each week.
This 841 acrea park is located on the shore of Kentucky Lake and offers a host of outdoor activities and family fun.
Fourth Street in Murray, Kentucky boasts of the distinguished First Baptist Church. Constructed in 1931, it occupies nearly 0.8 acres (0.32 hectares) of land. It organizes fellowship suppers, prayer meetings, sanctuary choir rehearsals, and much more engaging proceedings during the week. Sundays see worship services as well as Sunday School and Bible study. Due to its historic value, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as on February 19, 1986.
Located on the western bank of the Kentucky Lake, this wildlife sanctuary and park offers a wide variety of recreational activities including hiking trails throughout the park, fishing, boating, skiing, two picnicking areas, a camping area with 38 sites, and a primitive camping area with 15 sites.
The First Christian Church in Murray was constructed in 1904. It is built on a small piece of land that covers roughly 0.3 acres (0.12 hectares). The Sunday School takes place from 9:00a to 10:15a, post which the worship session commences. The Bible study sessions and fellowship meals are great initiatives. The building was constructed in the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture and stands as a fine model for the same.