• Hershel's

    “Take time to lose yourself in the hidden details. A little bit playful, a little bit mysterious.”... Read more

  • Texas History is African-American History

    Discussions of Texas history often center on the contributions of folks from European, Mexican, or Native American backgrounds. Less discussed are the many important contributions made by African Americans, which is why, in 2006, the Brazos Valley African American Museum was thrilled to finally open to the public.... Read more

  • Executive Chef Zac Ladwig

    Chef Zac sharpened his culinary skills at five-star luxury hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants before moving to Bryan/College Station, where he curates farm-to-fork menus that shine with originality ... Read more

  • A Presidential Legacy

    Dedicated to our eldest living President, the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum affords visitors the opportunity to see what shaped the life of George Herbert Walker Bush, from his years as a WWII naval pilot, to his studies at Yale University, to his tenure as POTUS 41.... Read more

  • Let the Show Begin

    Enjoy an evening of music and drama at the acclaimed Theatre Company of Bryan-College Station. As the Brazos Valley’s premier musical theater group, the Theater Company has brought family-friendly entertainment to central Texas audiences for decades.... Read more

  • A Day at the Museum

    In addition to the lush bike trails and clear, cool evenings perfect for stargazing, we recommend a trip to the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, where you can learn a bit about what makes our little area of the world so special.... Read more