Llano is a city in Llano County, Texas, in the United States. As of the 2010, the city population was 3,232. It is the county seat of Llano County.
The Llano County Courthouse
Location of Llano, Texas
|Coordinates: 30°45′3″N 98°40′48″W|
The Llano County Museum is located in the former Bruhl's Drugstore owned by German native Louis Herman Bruhl (1849–1931). Bruhl married the former Leonie Julia Hammale, a merchant and pharmacist. They first lived in Waco and Rockport. Bruhl was U.S. consul toItaly from 1894–1899 and then opened the drugstore in Llano. Their son, Lawrence Lee Bruhl (1905–1999), was a Llano attorney.
The museum, located on the north end of the Llano River bridge, has exhibits on local history, including a chuckwagon, drug store artifacts, and an outdoor frontier cabin. There is also a collection on 1930s world polo player and Llano native Cecil Smith (February 14, 1904—January 21, 1999), later of Kendall County.
Adjacent to the museum is the Historic Railyard District in which a train depot hosts a railroad museum and visitor's center.