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College Station, Texas
College Station, Texas
614 Holleman Dr E, Suite 100
College Station, TX 77840
visitcs@cstx.gov
1-800-777-8292
visit.cstx.gov/

Attractions in College Station

Those who haven’t visited College Station in a while might have a tough time navigating their way around the towns these days. The area has seen tremendous growth in the last decade, adding many new businesses and attractions to its list of long-time haunts and iconic spots.

You’ll find art galleries, museums, fantastic restaurants, and other draws worthy of Texas’ biggest metropolitan areas. Read on for more on these and other of the best attractions in College Station.

Benjamin Knox Gallery
Benjamin Knox made a name for himself as “the Texas Aggie Artist,” creating loving homages to A&M traditions and spirit. Today you can find him in the historic College Station train depot a mile from campus, which now serves as his gallery, frame shop, and “Wine Depot,” a laid-back bar area offering wine flights, live music, and tasty street food. So even if you aren’t looking for a painting of an Aggie touchdown, you can still enjoy a fun evening in a laid-back environment.
405 University Drive East
College Station, TX 77840
(979) 696-5669


Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial
Tucked away in College Station’s Veterans Park and Athletic Complex, the Brazos Valley Veterans Memorial (BVVM), includes life-sized statues, a Wall of Honor, interpretive panels and memorial sites. Chartered in 2000 as a non-profit corporation, the BVVM is supported by generous community residents, organizations, and partners, including Brazos County and the City of College Station.
3101 Harvey Road
College Station, TX 77845
(979) 764-3486


Century Square
Century Square is College Station’s premier community destination! From upscale boutiques and shopping, to unique dining options and family favorites - Century Square has it all. You can even stay at Century Square - both The George and Cavalry Court are boutique hotels that will make you feel at home! Be sure to stop by the famous Aggieland mural and snap a selfie to remember your trip!
170 Century Square Dr. #150
College Station, TX 77840
(979) 559-9380


Dixie Chicken
No trip to Aggieland is complete without stopping in for a cold one at “The Chicken.” The oldest and best-known bar in the Northgate district, the Dixie Chicken offers pool tables, dominoes tables (for playing “42”), regular live music, and classic American bar food.
307 University Drive
College Station, TX 77840
(979) 846-2322


George Bush Presidential Library and Museum
With the Bush family’s close ties to the state, it was only fitting that the library dedicated to preserving George H.W. Bush’s presidential legacy resides on the campus of one of Texas’ most revered universities. Among the museum’s exhibits you’ll see thousands of objects - many of them interactive - related to his life and political career, as well as a World War II Avenger Torpedo Bomber and a 1947 Studebaker. Special events happen frequently, from book signings and lectures to family-friendly programs.
1000 George Bush Drive West
College Station, TX 77845
(979) 691-4000


Hullabaloo Diner
In 2007, celebrity chef and TV personality Guy Fieri told America what folks in Aggieland already knew: Hullabaloo Diner is off the hook. Fieri flipped for the Italian sausage sandwich, but other favorites at this authentic 1940s-era diner include biscuits and gravy, bread pudding, and “Train Wreck” fries with bleu cheese, bacon, and buffalo ranch sauce.
15045 FM 2154 Rd
College Station, TX 77845
(979) 690-3002


Kyle Field
If you’re in the city of College Station on the right Saturday, you’ll probably start wondering where everyone went. The answer is, of course, Kyle Field. “Home of the 12th Man” since 1904, the arena is the fourth-largest of all stadiums in the country. On game days, you can easily spend a full day in and around the stadium, taking in the statues, cheering the Corps of Cadets and the team as they file into the stadium, and tailgating to your heart’s content.
756 Houston Street
College Station, TX 77843
(1-888) 826-1284


Santa’s Wonderland
Even if the weather outside isn’t frightful, there’s only one place in Aggieland where you can always count on getting in the Christmas spirit. Santa’s Wonderland draws merry-makers from as far as Houston and Austin for its brilliant displays on the Trail of Lights and all the rest of its holiday fun, from toboggan and train rides to live music performances and a petting zoo. Weekends can get busy, so visit on a weeknight if you can to beat the crowds.
18898 Texas 6 Frontage Road
College Station, TX 77845
(979) 690-7212


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College Station, Texas
College Station, Texas
614 Holleman Dr E, Suite 100
College Station, TX 77840
1-800-777-8292
visit.cstx.gov/

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