Event Venues & Facilities
History of Sherman
Moving to Sherman
Big-city sophistication and a country state of mind: Sherman’s unique combination of urban amenities and leisurely pace of life make it an ideal place to
history of Sherman
is rich, and we’re proud of it. At the same time, we’ve embraced change and technology, and become uniquely classic by doing so.
Plenty to see and do
is the perfect place for antiquing, unique retail shopping and grabbing a bite to eat. Sherman’s Town Center boasts plenty of retail shops and eateries, with all the hustle-and-bustle of a burgeoning city. A drive down Texoma Parkway is a tour of restaurants, businesses, and a boom of daily activity.
With every season come
and attractions to take pleasure in:
brings the Hot Summer Nights concert series, Lights on the Lake and fishing and boating at Lake Texoma. The Sherman Arts Festival ushers in the
with much enthusiasm, and
just wouldn’t be the same without the Christmas Parade and Snowflake Festival. In the
, blooms and buzzing wildlife at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge invite all ages to come out and play!
Looking to relocate?
A strong business community
progressive local government
are the backbone of the city, which provides a platform to maintain a strong sense of community. There’s so much Sherman has to offer: beautiful neighborhoods and parks, excellent health care, exceptional educational opportunities, outdoor recreation, theater, symphony and arts, colorful history, an abundance of retail options, first-class beauty and spa services and exciting events year-round.
You can learn more about
making Sherman your home
by contacting the
Sherman Chamber of Commerce
or by contacting the
for more information.
Visitors Center 118 W Lamar St, Sherman, TX 75090