The Parker County Courthouse
Usually the first building one notices when traveling to small towns is their courthouse. The Parker County Courthouse is striking!
Considered 'the crown jewel' of Weatherford, the courthouse sits majestically in the center of town overseeing streets which radiate from the town square.
This building was designed in the Second Empire style and built in 1886. Parker County limestone was used for its construction. Architect, W.C. Dodson, also designed the Denton, Hill, Hood and Lampassas county courthouses.