Raise your hand if you think spring is the best season of the year. If your hand is down, chances are you have yet to visit Texas A&M University or College Station between the months of March and May. If you had, you’d be waving your hand in the air simply because you care a lot for the events and attractions that make this pretty piece of Texas so unique.
Perhaps the most intriguing aspect of College Station in the spring is the Texas A&M campus itself. While it’s true that Texas A&M is one-of-a-kind in the fall (we have Gameday to thank for that), its true magic comes to light throughout the spring. The Century Tree is green as can be, as is the surrounding vegetation on the Academic Plaza. Students crowd Aggie Park and other open spaces throughout the campus along with fellow College Station locals and springtime travelers.
Even beyond the buzz in the air, though, Texas A&M offers a spring experience unique to other Texas towns. Throughout the spring, you’ll experience a little bit of Aggie athletics, a little bit of true Texas flowers, and a little bit of the spirit Texas A&M is known for, each of which takes shape just outside our front door. Discover four things everyone should experience during a springtime stay at Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center.
Wildflower viewing areas
The bluebonnet is the official flower of the state of Texas, and come spring it’ll be crystal clear as to why. Wildflowers, and most notably bluebonnets, cover nearly every square inch of untended grassland in the state--especially in Brazos Valley. You’ll know its bluebonnet season when all your Texan friends suddenly sing the praises of this iconic wildflower. However, bluebonnets aren’t necessarily a free reign flower.& interactive events and activities!
All Aggie’s have something in common. It’s more than the maroon and white, more than the hymns and chants and traditions, more than the Fightin’ Texas Aggie athletics, and more even than having spent four years in the friendliest college town in the country. What all Aggie’s have is a stake in a centuries-old legacy. This is what the Muster is intended to celebrate.
Cool down in Block T Bar every day from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Take advantage of unique "Howdy Hour" specials
like 20% off food, $3 Domestic Bottles, $5 Texas Draft Craft Beers, $5 Well Cocktails & $7 Select Wines. Meet, greet, and get howdy. Enjoy live music on the rooftop patio overlooking Kyle Field on Friday & Saturday nights.
FIRST FRIDAY IN DOWNTOWN
The streets of Historic Downtown Bryan transform into one big stage on the First Friday
of each month with live music, performances, art demonstrations, and unique & interactive events and activities!
Listen to Front Porch Music Series
Head to The Front Porch at Century Square
every weekend in the spring for an evening of live music. Enjoy music underneath the twinkling lights on The Green. Artists’ line-up will include solos + duos made up of students and locals alike who are making their name in our city.
OUTDOOR ROOFTOP POOL
Spring is the season to be outside, and for more reasons than just the vibrant bluebonnets. The weather is ideal and the humidity, while present, is not oppressive. Though College Station is surrounded by parks and trails perfect for walking, biking, and hiking, there’s also something special about lounging beside the swimming pool.
This is Howdy Hospitality
From the minute you walk in the door to the minute you rest your head, immerse yourself in the bold Aggie spirit unique to College Station.view rooms
Stay at Texas A&M University's 'guest house', just steps from campus and minutes from other College Station attractions like Northgate and Historic Downtown Bryan.