If you are planning a day trip through Brownsville or if you are a current resident then you should take a little time to learn about some of the unique and interesting parts of the town that move beyond just the cute shops, the historic museum, the Moyer House and antiques. Brownsville also has a variety of other interesting and historic aspects that make a destination for an entire day and not simply a place to drive through after a few hours. The next time you go through Brownsville, or even go to Brownsville, enjoy some of these other Brownsville delights.
The first thing to note is that if you are gong to be in Brownsville over the first weekend of the month there are a variety of local artists that have special events and open houses. Keep your eyes peeled for these as they are easy to miss but worthwhile to see. As an extension of the historic nature of the town move beyond the enjoyment of the Moyer House, a must see in itself, you can take a guided walking tour of the town. Simply pick up a self guided town history map at the Linn County museum and let the map be your guide as it details for you the wonderful history of each part of the area.
If you enjoy the historic covered bridges that are rarely built in modern day construction but seem to be a mainstay of historic movies and times, Brownsville has eight of them each with its own special story. The picturesque nature of these bridges is both historic and romantic. Take some time to see them and even take photographs with them. It is difficult to describe but you will have to trust me when I say that the photos will be your favorites. These bridges are simple, elegant, and create a sense of history as you look at them and imagine their historical use.
If castles are your interest then stopping by the Living Rock Studios castle is a lot of fun. It is made of cement, rock, and stone and is a very interesting experience that is fun for all ages. especially the kids that need a break from the historical stops. Speaking of historical stops take some time to go to the Pioneer picture gallery. This unique gallery has a vast collection of donated pictures and photographs that help you understand the way the town looked in its beginning days as well as gives you a feel for the people and ways in which they lived.
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Last but not least you can have a lot of fun taking the Stand By Me waking tour. Just in case you did not know it historic Brownsville served as a location for the filming of this 1985 film. The walking tour shows you the various locations from the film and will spark some fun memories from the movie as you see in real life the world that surrounded the characters.
All of these little wonders within this wonderful town are oftentimes missed by the casual traveler and yet they can make a day trip so much more fulfilling than just simply going through shops and looking at antiques. Take time to know the unique history of the town and look at some of the off the beaten path sights, this is the type of thing that transforms a regular trip into a lifetime memory. It is not that each piece is so incredibly dynamic, it is simply that you took the time to immerse yourself into the fabric of the town. That is how memories are made.