The Brown County Museum of History is once again hosting an outdoor pet block party. Bring your fur babies out for a fun-filled day with vendors, photo booth stations and games! Ploukie’s Rescue will be joining, as will the Brown County Humane Society (Corinne T. Smith Animal Center).
Please note that animals won’t be permitted into the museum (with the exception of certified service animals) for the safety of their artifacts. However, they have fun things planned outside during the block party and encourage you to bring you animals out for it. Let’s Pawty!
The Brown County Museum of History, Inc., has the primary role of preserving the tangible evidence of our heritage and to educate the public through exhibition and interpretation of artifacts. The main library building is the Educational Center of Brown County Museum of History and located across the street from the Brown County Jail at 209 North Broadway. The rest of the museum is located in the old four story Brown County Jail, built in 1902, and located at 212 North Broadway across the street from the Courthouse in downtown Brownwood.