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Palmer Cox, the Walt Disney of the Victorian Age, based his characters on the Earth Gnome the Scots called "Brownie."

Imagine that you are in Brownie Castle, the lovely old manor house Palmer Cox built in the early 1900's. He built it to look like a Scottish castle. Imagine climbing the tower stairs to the room he called "Brownieland." There you find his drawing table, desk, bookcase, boxes of brownie products and a high round window through which to view the garden. Interact with the environment, use your "second sight" and see where the brownies are hidden.

Brownie Castle

125 Elgin St,

Victoria Park,

Granby, Quebec,

Canada 32G 4V4



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