Exhibits highlight the history and heritage of African Americans in the Brazos Valley. Admission charge. 500 E. Pruitt St.
This facility presents exhibits on science, culture and natural history, including fossils, antique farming and survey equipment. The Discover Room has live animals on display, including an active glass-front beehive and interactive exhibits. 3232 Briarcrest Drive. In the Brazos Center. brazosva...
New Republic Brewing Company in College Station713/489-4667www.newrepublicbrewing.com
This building was built in 1903 with funds from the Carnegie Foundation, and it is the oldest Carnegie Library in Texas. Completely restored, it now houses the Carnegie Center of Brazos Valley History. 111 S. Main St. www.bcslibrary.org
Museum provides a hands-on learning environment for children and adults. Children can experience the worlds of theater, commerce, medicine and nutrition, media and the arts. Admission charge. 111 E. 27th St. www.cmbv.org
Is the university's archives repository, housing rare books, special collections and artifacts. cushing.library.tamu.edu
This facility is dedicated to the preservation, research and exhibition of official records and memorabilia of George H.W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States. Includes a section of the Berlin Wall, replicas of Bush's Oval Office and Camp David office, and a section devoted to First Lad...
This reservoir is accessible on weekends for fishing, picnicking and camping. About 20 miles east of Bryan via F.M. 244. www.gibbonscreek.com
Feature exhibits ranging from fine arts to architecture, history and science. They host traveling exhibits each year. stark.tamu.edu
Feature collections of English Cameo Glass; art glass collections; and paintings by Mary Cassatt, Frederick Remington and Charles M. Russell. 110 N. Main St. forsyth.tamu.edu
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