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Brimstone Historical Society and Museum

The society's mission is to preserve and enrich the culture of Southwest Louisiana. Housed in the 1915 Southern Pacific Railway Depot, it currently has artwork on display from local artists and historical artifacts from the history of the town, as well as permanent exhibits on the history of the town and the Frasch mining process. The society also maintains the Henning Cultural Center, housed in a 1904 home, which showcases cultural traveling exhibits from around the country.

Both locations offer exhibits.

 
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