Open to the public Thursday - Sunday 1:00-4:00 pm, May to October and for special and holiday displays. This 1868 Italianate and Gothic Revival home reflects the typical expressions of the era in addition to serving as an illustrative documentation of historical activities and events related to Historic Brownville. Gov. Furnas and his family lived in this home after he left the governorship until his death in 1905 when he was buried in the Walnut Grove Cemetery. His grave site is marked by a most unusual monument.