The Bulman Bridge
The most complete and substantial of the remaining bowstring bridges in Texas, the Bulman Bridge was contracted by the King Bridge Company for the county in 1884. Originally located on CR 301 east of Hamilton, the bridge has been relocated and refurbished to the Pecan Creek Recreation Park
“Texas Rangers in Camp” Mural
The “Texas Rangers in Camp” Mural was painted by Ward Lockwood (1894 to 1963) in 1942 and is located in the Hamilton Post Office one block south of the square.
Located at the corner of Henry and Rice streets (Highway 281), the gallery is installed on the north wall of the last building on the west side of the square. This was a community project led by the Hamilton Economic Development Corporation in 2008. Community members and natives were asked to submit original artwork and photography related to Hamilton. After much interest in the project and many entries, these were the pieces selected for display.