Lots to See and Do in ‘Aggie-Land’
Texas Agricultural and Mechanical University – otherwise known as TAMU – dominates Bryan and nearby College Station. We’re conveniently located – you don’t have to go far to find folks cheering for the Aggies.
Home of Aggie football since 1905, Kyle Field seats more than 102,000, making it one of the largest stadiums in collegiate football. There’s room for you too!
Fishing, boating, hiking, and biking in a recreational paradise in scenic Brazos Valley. Picnic pavilion and paddleboard rentals too.
Aggieland Wild Animal Safari
Walk or drive through the Serengeti of the South, experience unique encounters with giraffes, tamanduas, and other exotic creatures.
George HW Bush Presidential Library and Museum
The Presidential Library of native son George HW Bush promotes civic literacy and fosters a spirit of public service through educational programs, original museum exhibits, and archival holdings.
Chilifest Music Festival
A two-day music festival and chili cook-off in nearby Snook features the biggest names in country and rock music. Festival proceeds benefit local charities.
Messina Hof Winery
The most award-winning winery in Texas produces 100% Texas wine. Frequent festivals and wine events. Check the calendar!
First Friday in Downtown Bryan
First Friday of every month, 5pm – 11pm, family-friendly and completely FREE! Live music, art, and special shopping and dining options.
The Golf Club at Texas A+M
The best public golf course in the area. Enjoy an 18-hole championship golf course, driving range and a short game practice area.