Brush Square Park is a historic landmark in downtown Austin. Occupying less than an acre in the heart of the city, the location was designated a square, when acclaimed fiction writer O. Henry's house was moved to the area and given the status of a public museum. The refreshing greens are ideal for casual group meetings and picnics. Amidst the scattered benches, the sidewalks, the trees and shrubs, pleasant times can be spent. Brush Square Park also hosts multiple concerts and live events. Saunter past this historic place, pay a visit to the O. Henry House Museum, and soak in the natural ambiance!
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