Bonham Visitor & Information Center
The place for information, brochures, directions, maps, public restrooms and interesting local displays.
Located on the square in downtown Bonham, Texas, the Bonham Visitors Center is situated at the corner of North Main Street and Sam Rayburn Drive just South West of the Historic Fannin County Courthouse. The Visitors Center offers friendly conversation and directions to visitors and locals alike. With walls covered in vintage photos and housing a continuously changing array of local art and historical artifacts, one never knows what they will find inside. Pop in for local attraction brochures, Barn Quilt Trail and area maps or just to say hello.
What We Do
Bonham Visitors Center is here to help guide visitors and tour groups to the many attractions, museums, and events in and around the City of Bonham, Texas and surrounding Fannin County. Dating back to 1837, we are one of the oldest cities in Texas. Visit the Fannin County Museum of History to see how Bonham was started and has changed over the last one-hundred-and-eighty-plus years. Offering restaurants for dining with friends and family, Hotels and Bed and Breakfasts for a special get-away, our quaint little city is an amazing jewel just an hour north of Dallas.
Most notable from here is former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, Sam Rayburn. We are home to the Sam Rayburn Library and Museum and the Sam Rayburn House State Historic Site, Mr. Sam's former home. One of our additional attractions is the Fannin County Barn Quilt Trail. It's the largest Barn Quilt Trail in Texas and offers hours of sightseeing enjoyment. Maps & locations of the Barn Quilts are available at or office.
The Bonham Visitor & Information is located at 327 N. Main St, Bonham, TX 75418. Please call us 903-583-9830 and email us email@example.com.