Even if you are just passing through the area you have to make a stop to visit these "must-sees" of Bryan-College Station.
Start the morning off with a visit to the George Bush Presidential Library & Museum. Here you can walk through exhibits that chronicle George Bush's life and presidency. You can even take your photo in a replica of the Oval Office during President Bush's presidency.
What is a visit to Bryan-College Station without stopping by Texas A&M University? Stroll through the scenic campus making sure to hit the highlights: the Bonfire Memorial, the walking tour hosted by the Appelt Aggieland Visitors Center, the Athletic Sports Museum, and of course, Kyle Field.
Spend the last part of your day resting amongst the beautiful vineyards at Messina Hof Winery and Resort, one of the fastest growing wineries in Texas. Take a tour of the winery and relax with your own glass of this award-winning wine.
The best way to enjoy Bryan-College Station is to immerse yourself in the culture for a few days. If you are staying for awhile, here are some suggestions on how to take advantage of every minute.
Visit the Texas A&M University campus to learn about the history and traditions of the university. Make sure to save time to cheer on the Aggies at one of their many sporting events throughout the year.
While in the area, tickle your taste buds with the local produce at one of the restaurants that serve meals with home-grown ingredients. After that, visit some of the farms to get first-hand experience of what farm life is like. Take a tour of Messina Hof Winery, and stop by the local Farmer's Market to take a taste of Bryan-College Station back home with you.
You'll have a blast browsing through our many antique stores, boutiques, and locally-owned specialty shops. Whether you're looking for Aggie swag or souvenirs to take home, we have it all. Take time to treat yourself!
No matter what time of year you visit, there is sure to be a fun event to attend. Celebrate the region by stopping by some of the most entertaining festivals in Texas!