Brownie’s grave is currently under renovation.
There will be a new bench area, a statue of Brownie, and new plantings when it re-opens in early May 2018. Follow the progress on our blog or on Facebook.
Brownie the Town Dog of Daytona Beach was a stray dog who lived in downtown Daytona Beach from 1939 until his death in 1954. He lived in a custom dog house, had a bank account in the Florida Bank & Trust and dined on steak and ice cream. He had no owner and was loved by the entire city. Brownie was featured in local and national publications and became one of the most written about dogs in US history.
Brownie’s grave is one of the most visited dog memorials in the world and has been honored as:
- One of the top 7 famous dog graves in the World.
- One of the top 21 dog memorials in the world.
- One of the 21 Quirkiest Local Landmarks in Small Town America.
Brownie’s grave is located in historic downtown Daytona Beach’s Riverfront Park, near the Halifax River, on the corner of Orange Avenue and Beach Street.
The Brownie Museum
The Brownie Museum is a collect of all the articles and photographs we encounter in our research of Brownie’s life. Browsing through this collection is a journey back into Daytona Beach in the 1940s and 50s.