At Aggieland Wild Animal Safari, school, scout, homeschool, camp groups and families can meet some of nature’s most fascinating creatures–up close and personal.
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Brazo Valley Museum of Natural History preserves and protects natural and cultural history of the Brazo Valley. Exhibit highlights include Archaeology, Botany, Culture History & Geology.
Bryan - College StationTEL - 979-776-2195
Built on the site of one of the original black schools in the Brazos Valley, The Brazos Valley African American Museum promotes the history of the African American citizens of the area.
Bryan - College StationTEL - 979-775-3961
The Carnegie History Center is the home of a vast array of historic research materials, artifacts, records and special collections, including local history archives of the Brazos Valley. The Center is part of the The Bryan + College Station Public Library System.
Bryan - College StationTEL - 979-209-5630
The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley is to provide child-centered, hands on, interactive environment for learning and discovery.
Bryan - College StationTEL - 979-779-5437
The Gary Halter Nature Center is a 2,400 square-foot facility that includes a meeting room, outdoor classroom, amphitheater, native plant displays and a monarch butterfly garden.
Bryan - College StationTEL - 979-764-3725
The George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum’s core exhibits reveal the unique influences and challenges that shaped George Bush’s life and presidency.
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College StationTEL - 979-691-4000
The Gardens are a living classroom for agriculture, sustainability, and nature. Their mission is to spark curiosity and discovery and develops a visitor’s wonder for the natural world. Our 7-acre green-space can host a wide range of educational activities.
Bryan - College StationTEL - 979-314-2357