Otherwise know as the Brownsville Museum, it's on a side street off the main street, and situated inside the old railroad depot (moved from its original location) and some railroad cars. It's crammed full of history from the time off the wagon trains and after, and has an original wagon that crossed the USA. There's also mocked up shops and business displays and lots of other local artifacts.
The place is staffed by volunteers who are very friendly and helpful and have a good knowledge about the town and its history.
Overall this place is well worth the trip to learn something about local and national history. Children will enjoy it as there is some hands-on stuff.
Outside, the town is also worth walking round, with a great antiques shop on the main street.
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