Texas A&M University
Home of the Aggies, Texas A&M is the flagship state university. In both enrollment and geographic footprint, it is one of the largest universities in the United States.
Known as the “Home of the 12th Man,” Kyle Field is home to the Texas A&M football team.
Brazos County Expo
Comprising arenas, exhibit halls, pavilions and ballrooms, the Expo is a popular multi-purpose event facility used for horse and livestock shows, rodeos, concerts and more.
Owned by Texas A&M University, Easterwood Airport is a regional airport served by American Eagle and United Express.
Historic Downtown Bryan
In the heart of the Brazos Valley, Bryan’s historic downtown is home to dozens of restaurants, boutiques, art galleries and music venues.
George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum
Explore the presidency of George H.W. Bush, the 41st President of the U.S., in this beautifully designed library and museum.
Home of Texas A&M basketball and volleyball, the popular sports arena also hosts concerts, commencements and other student-centric events.
Texas A&M Health Science Center
Located in Bryan, the Texas A&M Health Science Center is home of the university’s graduate programs for medicine, biomedical sciences, nursing, dentistry, public health, and pharmacy.
Texas A&M’s former Riverside Campus is now The Rellis Education and Research Campus – a high-tech, multi-institutional research, testing and workforce development campus.