Brownsville Heritage House functions as a multi-cultural center that focus on art, culture, education and history. Located in Brownsville, Brooklyn one can find a hidden treasure on the second floor of the historic first children's library, built in 1914 by Andrew Carnegie, for the Stone Avenue Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library.
Brownsville Heritage House Inc. functions as a multi-cultural center that focus on culture, the arts, education and history. Here you will find ongoing exhibits featuring historical figures, local artists, sculptures and photo collages depicting Brownsville and surrounding communities.
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