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Located between Houston and Austin, in the heart of Texas, Brenham is a part of Washington County. It has a population of a little over 16.000 people living on an area of 22 squared kilometers. The county to which Brenham belongs is the Birthplace of Texas because this is the place where the Declaration of Independence of Texas was signed in 1836, on March 2nd. Brenham itself is famous for Maifest, a German heritage festival. If you have way through Brenham, you should visit a few hot spots.
Top Attractions within Brenham
Blue Bell Creameries is a popular ice cream factory. Despite the fact that the Blue Bell ice cream is sold in just 20 states, it has the third place on the best selling ice cream of the United States of America.
Texas Baptist Historical Center Museum is the museum belonging to the oldest baptist church in Brenham and in the whole Texas area. The building was raised in 1872. The museum the church hosts has a collection of Civil War artifacts.
Brenahm Heritage Museum is located in the building from 1915 which first functioned as a post office. The building has a classic Revival style and it is consider one of the most beautiful in Brenham.
Ellison's Greenhouses is the only production site of green houses in the United States that allows tourists to visit the working operations and also offers a tour of five acres of greenhouses placed on a beautiful area of Brenham,
The Giddings-Stone Mansion is an architectural jewel and a great example of typical Texas architecture from the 19th century. The house hit the list of the National Register of Historic Places. This famous Brenham mansion is filled with expensive furniture and artwork. It is used as a museum with great tours available and also as a wedding venue, sometimes used for meetings.