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Courthouse Archway

Located within the Downtown Square

Affectionately called "the arch" it is the only remainder of a courthouse built in 1884 in Graham, the third location of the county seat. The old courthouse was razed in 1932 after the present Young County Courthouse was completed.

 

Historic Walking and Driving Tour


The Wildcatter Ranch and Resort has partnered with the Graham CVB/Main Street to offer a historic walking tour of the downtown and a driving tour of Young County. Learn about Graham's history of Cowboys, Indians, Oil, and Cattle. The walking tour is currently available at the Convention and Visitors Bureau Office located at 608 Elm St. in Graham. 
 

Young County Veterans Memorial

Located on the Downtown Square next to the Young County Courthouse

The Veterans' Memorial features a red granite seven foot star inscribed with the names of 157 Young County men and women who died in service to their country since World War I. Granite panels radiate from the centerpiece with the names of 5,088 Young County veterans who served America in the 20th century. The memorial was completed in 2000.
 
For more information contact the CVB at 866-549-0401.
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