Brownwood, Texas

Douglas MacArthur Academy of Freedom


category : History
Affiliate of Howard Payne Univ., specializing in history and government in the context of Western civilization. Dedicated to Gen. Douglas MacArthur; displays some of his personal souvenirs. Unique study settings lure visitors - Mediterranean Room flanked by replicas of Egyptian tomb statues; Magna Carta Hall replica of English castle room; replica of meeting room in Philadelphia's Independence Hall. Magnificent three-story mural highlights academy entrance.


Hours: Hours Open : Tours Mon. - Sat. while school is in session
Address: Austin Ave. (F.M. 2524) at Coggin St.
Phone: 325/646-2502

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