812 South Church St.
Paris, TX 75460
GPS: N33° 39' 13.8" W95° 33' 16.7"
Sam Bell Maxey was a Mexican War veteran, former Confederate general, and future U.S. Senator when his family moved into their fashionable, newly built home on the south side of Paris in 1868. In this home, the Maxey family navigated the political and social landscape from Reconstruction Era Texas through the start of the First World War. The home’s newly restored interiors showcase original family furnishings, clothing, and letters. These give insight into the lives of the three generations of the family that bore witness to Reconstruction’s challenging legacy.
Looking for something to do over your lunch? Join us at the Maxey House for fun and educational discussions during our Brown Bag Lunch Speaker Series. On the first Friday of every month, speakers from and around Paris will be on site to discuss...
Join Livingston the Lion at the Maxey House for his Friday Fun with Livingston series! Children and families are invited to join Livingston at the site on the second Friday of each month for a story and crafts based on a different them each...
Livingston the Lion, a stuffed animal from the late 1800s, is hosting a sleepover for your stuffed animal, doll, or action figure on the night of Friday, August 9th at the Sam Bell Maxey House State Historic Site. Sign-in will be at the Maxey...
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