The Llano County Historical Museum is housed in the former location of Bruhl's Drugstore along the Llano River and contains antiques and local area historical artifacts.
And they've also got their own historical marker:
The marker reads:
"Louis Herman Bruhl (1849-1931) immigrated to the United States from Germany in 1867. He became an American citizen in 1870, the same year he married Leonie Julia Hammale. A merchant and a pharmacist, Bruhl lived in Waco and Rockport, and served as U.S. consul in Italy (1894-1899) before moving to Llano to open a drugstore in 1900. His son Adolph (1876-1937), also a pharmacist, joined him in business. The drugstore building they erected here in 1922 was donated by the Bruhl family to the County Historical Society in 1965 and was later remodeled for a museum."
You can see lots of antique drugstore related paraphernalia inside and was as a variety of historical exhibits.
The area is also home to "llanite", a rhyolite which is on display at the museum:
It's a great place to stop on your next road trip!