Following are a sampling of businesses, places, people and events of special interest unique to Hico:
Billy the Kid Museum
The place of his death.
His last home.
Built in 1903, Hico City Hall is believed to be the oldest continually functioning City Hall in Texas. It has a vault with a safe built in the 1850's that had been purchased by the City from town founder Dr. John R. Alford for $100. A full renovation of City Hall, made possible by the generosity of local benefactor, the late Pete Jenkins, was completed in 2010.
Billy Graham was converted at a revival conducted by Evangelist Ham.