Local Information

Hood County Clerk’s Office
201 W. Bridge St.
Granbury, Texas 76048
Phone: 817-579-3222
Hours: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Mailing Address
Hood County Clerk’s Office
P.O. Box 339
Granbury, Texas 76048

Hood County News
1501 S. Morgan, PO Box 879
Granbury, TX 76048
Phone: 1-817-573-7066

Hood County Library
222 N. Travis St.
Granbury, TX 76048
Ph: (817) 573-3569

Hood County Jail Museum
208 North Crockett
Granbury TX 76048
(817) 573-5135

The museum is housed in the jail, which was built in 1885 and used until 1978, and depicts the county’s history. Complete with an original cell block and hanging tower.
Open Sat.–Sun. 1–4 p.m. & other times by appointment

Historic Granbury Square
Texas’ first Downtown Square on the National Historic Register.

Hood County Courthouse and Clock Tower
Most photographed attraction in Granbury.
100 E. Pearl Street

Granbury Opera House
Restored to the original period of 1886.
133 E. Pearl Street

Haunted Granbury
Where Texas history never left!

Granbury State Historical Cemetery
Jesse James lies here… allegedly!
801 N. Houston Street

Brazos Drive-In Theater
Built in 1952, the Brazos Drive-In Theater has been in continuous
operation as one out of a handful left in the great state of Texas.
1800 W. Pearl Street

Hood County Jail Museum
Built in 1885 with a gallows room for possible local executions!
208 N. Crockett Street

Dollhouse Museum
Over 6,000 dolls from across the world circa the late 1800s through today!
421 E. Bridge Street

Elizabeth Crockett Gravesite
Davie Crockett’s wife lies here.
Acton Cemetery FM 167

Bridge Street History Center Museum
The stories! Written, oral, feuds, murders, legends, and love.
319 E. Bridge Street
Granbury, TX 76048
Phone:(817) 279-2030

Yeats-Duke 1858 Museum
Original Yeats log cabin. See what is hidden in the walls for 100+ years.
214 N. Crockett Street

Granbury Light Plant
The first electric light plant in Granbury was established in 1903.
510 E. Ewell Street

The Legend of John Wilkes Booth
A long-standing folklore legend, many believe that John Wilkes Booth once
lived in Granbury, above the Nutshell Eatery, as John St. Helen. The
story even appeared on “20/20” and “Unsolved Mysteries”.

Granbury Historic Railroad Depot
Built in 1914, the Granbury Historic Railroad Depot offers a glimpse into the frontier days when railroads
were vital transportation between towns.
109 Ewell Street