3610 Highway 6 South
College Station, TX 77845
Phone: (979) 695-9400
Fax: (979) 695-1021
3610 Highway 6 South, College Station, TX, US, 77845
- Phone: (979) 695-9400
- Fax: (979) 695-1021
Arts & Museums
One of the finest collections of English Cameo Glass in the world is housed at this museum that also features a permanent display of turn-of-the-century American paintings.
These galleries showcase a large variety of exhibits that include traditional fine arts, history, science, archaeology, and architecture. Group tours are available by reservation.
Located on the enormous well-landscaped Texas A&M campus, this presidential tribute showcases the public service history of both George and Barbara Bush. Learn all about the life influences and challenges they faced as well as his impact on our country as the 41st President. Special points of interest to see and hear include a World War II torpedo bomber, a 1947 Studebaker, a chunk of the Berlin Wall and gifts from international statesmen. Standard exhibits include films, photographs and documents while visiting exhibits change periodically.
Open Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History's mission is to preserve and protect natural and cultural history, stimulate its understanding, and encourage responsible stewardship of all natural and cultural resources. This is done by the preservation of artifacts and natural specimens and exhibits and educational programming; and the cooperative partnerships with arts and cultural organizations, community oriented entities, and academic institutions throughout the Brazos Valley.
The mission of the Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley is "to provide a child-centered, hands-on, interactive environment for learning and discovery for children."
In 1836, while the Alamo was under siege, 59 delegates met here at the Brazos State Historical Park to declare independence from Mexico. Located 70 miles northwest of Houston, this 293-acre state park appeals to history buffs and nature lovers alike. You can tour Independence Hall, study the Republic of Texas' unique history at the Star of the Republic Museum, or experience life on a 19th century plantation at Barrington Living History Farm. Facilities include a playground and 26 picnic sites in a pecan grove near the river. This place is daily open to the public at 8am.