Top 7 Things to do in Brownwood, United States

December 6, 2017 Jasper Kershner

Brownwood in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for State Parks. Discover best things to do in Brownwood with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Brownwood

1. Lake Brownwood State Park

Park Road 15, RR 5 Box 160, Brownwood, TX 76801 +1 915-784-5223
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4.5 based on 80 reviews

Lake Brownwood State Park

Great stargazing and nice cabins to stay in.

Reviewed By Leslie C

We love all the state parks that we have been to in Texas, but living close to one of the great ones is awesome. Hiking, fishing, camping. All new fishing pier and boat ramp. We enjoy the first day hike and have participated in four of the 6 (one canceled due to weather!).

2. Spirit of Texas Winery

6037 County Road 291, Early, TX 76802-3762 +1 325-455-3232
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5 based on 2 reviews

Spirit of Texas Winery

Spirit of Texas Winery is a small family owned winery & vineyard located in Early, TX creating small batch, hand crafted wines proudly made from 100% Texas grapes!

Reviewed By A5912MBjulia - Brownwood, Texas

This place is great and the wine is great too. My favorites are the Estrella Blanca and the SOT Blush - hubby loves the Republic Red and the Texian Red. Brian and Moira are great to visit with and Moira gives the best info in...MoreThanks so much, we are having so much fun sharing our passion for wine!

3. Martin & Frances Lehnis Railroad Museum

700 E Adams St, Brownwood, TX 76801-7002 +1 325-643-6376
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4.5 based on 19 reviews

Martin & Frances Lehnis Railroad Museum

Reviewed By CPBuff61

It is a great historical look at railroading here in Brownwood and Central Texas. It has a huge collection of railroad collectibles, working miniature railroads and railroad memorabilia along with a miniature train ride for children and even parents. Not to be missed.

4. Santa Fe Railroad Depot and Harvey House

600 E Depot St, Brownwood, TX 76801-7000 +1 325-646-9535
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4 based on 14 reviews

Santa Fe Railroad Depot and Harvey House

Reviewed By traveltoforeignlands - San Diego, California

There is extremely little to see in Brownwood, so if you do find yourselves there, you should go and see the Santa Fe Railroad Depot or you will find yourself going stir-crazy.

5. Brown County Museum of History & Firearms Museum of Texas

212 N Broadway St, Brownwood, TX 76801-3102 +1 325-641-1926
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4.5 based on 11 reviews

Brown County Museum of History & Firearms Museum of Texas

Reviewed By mykim71 - Houston, Texas

Small county historical museums are hit and miss as far as quality of exhibits goes, but this one was a hit with everyone. It was full of local information - more than I ever expected for Brownwood. The old jail is also worth visiting (across the street). My 8 year old daughter loved it!

6. Brownwood Public Library Genealogy & Local History Branch

213 S Broadway St, Brownwood, TX 76801-3107 +1 325-646-6006
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5 based on 5 reviews

Brownwood Public Library Genealogy & Local History Branch

Reviewed By Gatorday1 - San Antonio, Texas

We were in town doing some family research and visiting relatives' grave sites. Stopped in here and found some helpful information on one branch of the family. Staff was very knowledgeable and helpful. They will make copies of information for you at a very reasonable price. If you have ties to Brown County you should visit.

7. Break Out Brownwood

212 N Broadway St, Brownwood, TX 76801-3102 +1 325-998-5938
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5 based on 2 reviews

Break Out Brownwood

Escape in Central TX! Come experience Break Out Brownwood's 2 escape rooms located in Brown Co. Museum of History. Room 1, Jail Break, held in the historic Brown Co.'s jail cells and the Fairfield Museum Heist. For ages 13 & up available from Oct 5th thru Dec 30th, 2017. Make reservations on Facebook @breakoutbrownwood.

Reviewed By dch12345 - Bangs, Texas

My family has successfully broken out of jail and the museum! Different, exciting, challenging. It's like a life -sized puzzle in an awesome setting. You are given hints along the way to get you out in one hour. The clock is ticking. I challenge you to try this. Your family or group of friends will put their heads together, and feel a sense of accomplishment while having fun breaking out. Seeing the settings and enjoying the cupcakes was just the start!

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