Puzzled about how you haven't visited Brenham yet? Spend a little time solving these and you may be inspired to plan your trip here. Click on the photo to open the puzzle.
Downtown Brenham Fire Museum
In 1879 the Brenham Hook and Ladder Company No. 1 purchased their first steam pumper, the Silsby steamer. The Silsby has been restored and is now available for all to view on the corner of Market Street and Alamo Street, next to the Brenham Heritage Museum.
Washington County is a "foodie" heaven!
So many choices, so little time! These Ahi Tuna Nachos from Las Americas Latin Cuisine are almost too pretty to eat....almost...be sure to check out all our dining options in the county.
You never know what you'll spot along a scenic drive in Washington County. Springtime is usually full of beautiful wildflowers, but just about any time of the year, it's just nice to get out of the hustle & bustle of the big cities.
No trip to Brenham is complete without a scoop of Blue Bell!
Blue Bell Creameries is just one of the many attractions in Washington County, but plan accordingly - the Visitor Center, Ice Cream Parlor and Gift Shop are open Monday - Friday from 8-5.
Wineries throughout the county
Washington County is home to 4 different wineries and one brewery. All are open weekends for tours and tastings. During summer months, several wineries host grape stomps.
Texas Cotton Gin Museum
The Burton Cotton Gin is designated as National Historic Engineering Landmark as well as being listed on the National Register of Historic Places and a Texas Historic Landmark. Tour it while visiting Burton.