|Welcome to the Heart of Texas Historical Museum
|We are located at 117 N. High (behind the Fire Station) in Brady, the Heart of Texas. Our hours are Friday
and Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m. however arrangements can be made for tours.
You can email us at email@example.com or call the museum and leave a message:
|On this site you will find:
|Some of those who taught and learned at Curtis Field:
What's New in the Museum:
*We have some neat additions to the museum from the old BRADY HIGH SCHOOL! We were lucky to
have been able to preserve some of the historical items like the 1929 plaque and a trophy case from the
Class of 1967! We also have some National Geographic Magazines from as far back as 1935.
* In the Control Tower building, we have some prints from the Fred Bryant photo collection. The pictures
include the Enola Gay, Bockscar and several other planes that were a part of the bombings of Hiroshima
* Another fascinating acquisition is one of the fence spotlights from the POW Camp, along with some doll
furniture that was crafted from apple crates by a prisoner!
|Come by and see the history we have here in Brady!