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Guide to the Museums in College Station, TX

Inside a museum, a man is pointing to a painting and explaining it to the guests

College Station is known for being the home of Texas A&M University, but it’s also an excellent destination to soak in the arts, culture, and history. The museums in College Station, in particular, cover just that. They offer a unique glimpse into a wide array of fascinating subjects.

Here’s a list of College Station museums that you should definitely visit:

  1. George H.W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum

    1000 George Bush Drive W, College Station

    With more than 40 million pages of official records, two million photographs, and 10,000 videotapes, the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum has become among a top attraction in the Lone Star State. The museum, located at Texas A&M University, chronicles the life and career of the 41st President of the United States.

    Take a guided tour through the permanent collections. Catch rotating exhibits that are composed of documents, photographs, interactive videos, and artifacts. Visitors can also visit the Bush Family Gravesite, which is found behind the museum’s peaceful pond.

  2. Arts Council of the Brazos Valley

    4180 Texas 6 Frontage Road, College Station

    Arts Council of the Brazos Valley is a non-profit organization that aims to promote the local arts community through galleries, events, and tours. Explore the organization’s in-house gallery and its current exhibitions. You can even get to know the artists who are currently working in the building’s artist studios.

    The Arts Council also hosts various events and tours like Boots & BBQ, an annual fundraiser that features art, music, and of course, delicious BBQ. The Brazos Valley Art Excursion Tour is a great way to learn more about the valley’s art, history, and culture.

  3. Museum of the American G.I.

    19124 Highway 6, College Station

    There’s no better way to learn more about the nation’s servicemen and women than at the Museum of the American G.I. Founded in 2001, the museum may be smaller than most but its collection of military equipment, vehicles, and uniforms is certainly huge. All the vehicles in the museum, from the armored cars to the patrol boats, are restored and fully functional.

    Among the must-visit events hosted by the Museum of the American G.I. are History in Motion, Living History School Day, and Living History Weekend

  4. Benz Gallery of Floral Art

    Texas A&M University Campus, College Station

    Located in the Horticulture/Forest Science Building of Texas A&M University, the Benz Gallery of Floral Art showcases a marvelous collection of sculptures, pictorial artworks, and ceramic containers. The gallery was named after Morris “Buddy” Benz, an internationally-renowned floral designer and author. The gallery features treasures from different eras and periods, from the birth of Christ to modern times.

  5. Wright Gallery
  6. 3137 TAMU Langford Architecture Building A, Texas A&M University, College Station

    Also located in Texas A&M University, Wright Gallery is the venue for the works of the school’s talented faculty and students. The art of local, national, and international artists are featured here as well. Aside from hosting visual art, the Wright Gallery also holds lectures and a variety of events.

  7. Forsyth Galleries at TAMU

    4229-TAMU MSC Suite 2440, College Station

    Home to an impressive collection of English cameo glass, the Forsyth Galleries at TAMU features paintings and glasswork from the late 19th century and the early 20th century.  It includes pieces from the  Bill (‘35) and Irma Runyon Art Collection. Discover historic pieces and marvel at world-renowned creations from distinguished designers and carvers. In addition to cameo glass, the gallery features fine examples of other glass-making techniques like pressed, blown, and cut glass.

  8. Cushing Memorial Library & Archives

    500 TAMU, College Station

    Gain access to rare books and special collections at the Cushing Memorial Library and Archives. Located in Texas A&M University, the vast collection includes Sumerian clay tablets along with early modern English poetry. The Cushing Memorial Library & Archives also houses one of the most extensive collections of research into science fiction and fantasy, including the archival papers of “Games of Thrones” author, George R.R. Martin. Due to the value of some collections, visitors will first need to make a request through the library’s website.

  9. Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History

    3232 Briarcrest Drive, Bryan

    The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, which is found in the Bryan-College Station area, is one of the best places to immerse yourself in the worlds of science, nature, and cultural history. Explore galleries devoted to fossils, antique farming, fossils, taxidermy mounts, and many more.

These incredible museums are just a glimpse of what living in College Station, TX is like. To discover the many facets of College Station and the benefits of living in this incredible town, consult with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Caliber Realty. Give us a call at 979.694.8844 or send us an email today!

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