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Brenham Attractions and Things To See And Do

Americana Alpacas

Americana Alpacas Tour this working alpaca ranch which includes actually being able to touch and feed the animals and then having fiber demonstrations (spinning and wea...

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Heritage Home Tours

Heritage Home Tours Tour Brenham's oldest house. The 1843 Giddings-Wilkin House is beautifully decorated with many original furnishings. Then, stroll the veranda at the e...

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Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Sit

Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site This picturesque park is located on the Brazos River, Washington was the site of the 1836 General Convention which would decide the fate of Texas. Was...

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Brenham Miniature Horses

Brenham Miniature Horses The Pax Christi Sisters invite you to their oasis in the country. Not only do they have a very large retreat center, but they have several miniature h...

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Brenham Golf and Country Club

Brenham Golf and Country Club The hilly, well-designed 18-hole golf course, along with a fine clubhouse, is a family-oriented club in Brenham. Open to the public by reservation....

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Bluebonnet Trails Wildflower Viewing

Bluebonnet Trails  Wildflower Viewing Take a few turns off the beaten path to enjoy brilliant patches of bluebonnets, Indian paintbrush and evening primrose, the primary springtime flowers...

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Chappell Hill Lavender Farm

Chappell Hill Lavender Farm Stroll through fragrant fields, cut your own fresh lavender, indulge in a relaxing picnic by the pond, and enjoy our heavenly gift shop, "The Lavender...

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Star of the Republic Museum

Star of the Republic Museum Located at the site where 59 delegates gathered on March 2 1836 to declare Texas' independence from Mexico the Star of the Republic Museum depicts the...

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Seward Plantation

Seward Plantation John Seward came to Texas in 1832 with his father, who was one of Stephen F. Austin's first colonists, and began building his plantation home in 1850....

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