Texas Courthouses Represent Lone Star Beauty and History
Because there's a chance you're going to be sentenced to death (kidding!), Texas likes to put on a good show. Especially in a state as historical as this, check out these amazingly beautiful courthouses found in the Lone Star State.
In Bell County you've got the old and the new.
Down the road in Miriam County.
In Freestone County you've got this.
In Hill County you can see this.
DYK? Brent's first courthouse restoration project in 1996 was also a first for the state of Texas. The Hill County Courthouse was the model for a statewide restoration initiative to restore the 99 oldest courthouses in Texas. 🇺🇸 #happy4th #texas #texascourthouses #america A photo posted by Hull Historical (@hullhistorical) on
In Maverick County you had to have a nice place to compete with the epic palm trees.
You'll get your exercise if you step out of line in Denton County.
Another shot. Denton County Courthouse. #texascourthouses #historicbuildings #limestone #historicdowntown A photo posted by Karen (@figandscallion) on
So big it deserves two shots.
You'd be wise not to attempt to overrun this courthouse in Wise County. Pretty sure they have the high ground.
Wise County Courthouse, Decatur, Texas. #wisecounty #DecaturTX #texasbackroads #aventurasFyJ #texascourthouses #US81/277 A photo posted by Fabian Gonzalez (@agonizer17) on
Why do I feel I could get a Wonka chocolate bar at the Hopkins County Courthouse?