Brady, Texas is truly the heart of Texas, with its relative geographically center location in Texas. It is located in McCulloch County. The city is named after Brady Creek, which runs through the town. Brady started out as a ranching and farming community. The climate ranges from chilly winters to warm, humid summers.
Texas Hill Country is known for their love of music. Brady, Texas is home to the Country Music Museum. The museum will take you back in time and let you discover the history of Texas Country Music and Country Music Industry.
Brady holds an annual World Championship Barbeque Goat Cook Off every labor day weekend. The cook-off is held in Brady Richards Park.
Brady’s Parks and Recreation hold a golf course, aquatic park complex, civic center, disc golf course, Brady Lake, baseball fields, and soccer fields.
In 1910, the old, three-story, McCulloch Jail was built. The jail served as a correctional facility for many years. Inside the jail is a “death cell” that was used for extremely troubled prisoners. In 1974, the jail changed to a historical museum and was named the Heart of Texas Historical Museum. The museum is filled with numerous stories and rich history. Head on down to the Heart of Texas Historical Museum and find out all the interesting stories from past years.