1. Brenham Heritage Museum
    Brenham Heritage Museum
    The Museum is currently closed for renovations until further notice.

    105 S. Market Street
    Brenham, TX 77833

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  1. FireMuseum
    Brenham Fire Museum
    Built to house Samanthe, a 1923 American LaFrance type 38 truck owned by the Brenham Fire Department, it is one of only 3 left of its kind. It is also home to a 1950 American LaFrance, called the Invader. Next to the museum is a glass-enclosed building that houses the 1879 Silsby Steamer, which has been likened to a space shuttle by today's standards.

    Restoration of Samanthe took place in 2004, at a cost of $90,000.

    107 N. Market Street
    Brenham, TX 77833

    The Fire Museum is open for tours on Saturdays from 10 am - 5 pm. Please call to schedule a tour. 

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  1. Brenham Bus Depot
    Historic Bus Depot
    The Brenham Bus Depot was built in 1947. It is one of three Art Deco buildings that remain in Washington County. The Brenham Heritage Museum is currently operating out of the Brenham Bus Depot while the museum’s main building is undergoing extensive renovations.

    Administrative Office Hours
    Mon - Fri: 10 am - 4 pm

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