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The Linn County Historical Museum is located in historic Brownsville. Housed in Brownsville's original railroad depot, the museum holds collections and information representing all of Linn County.

The museum also cares for the Moyer House, an elegant home completed in 1881 by poineering figures of Brownsville.

Other museum displays range from exhibits on the Indians and natural history to Linn County cities, manufacturing and agriculture. Exhibits frequently change, so museum-goers will always find new and interesting displays to intrigue the mind and eye.

The Linn County Historical Museum and Moyer House are owned by the Linn County Parks & Recreation Department.

Location: 101 Park Ave, Brownsville Oregon 97327 Telephone 541-466-3390

Other History nearby:
(Albany) Albany Fire Museum
(Albany) Albany Regional Museum
(Philomath) Benton County Historical Museum
(Siletz) Confederated Tribes of Siletz
(Creswell) Creswell Area Historical Society Museum
(Sweet Home) East Linn Museum

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