Travelling to College Station
College Station Activity Guides
Museums aren’t exactly known for their kid-friendliness. They’re often full of precious and highly breakable artifacts, and they aren’t always relatable to those under the age of 12. If this is your take on museums, you need to experience museums in Bryan College Station. Walk in the steps of a president or take a peek at the life of the American G.I.
In the same breath, one year ended and another began. The ball dropped, the dulcet tones of Auld Lang Syne played, and 2019 arrived with all the flourish of a year as-yet unknown. Midnight struck out 2018 and welcomed in its place a clean slate of 365 days (and 52 weekends), each with the potential to be as extraordinary as you make them.
Things to Know
Being named Texas A&M Hotel and Conference Center says almost everything you need to know about our hotel before you set foot inside. But in our case, the keyword worth paying attention to in that sentence isn’t “everything,” it’s “almost.” Discover all the things you didn’t know about our hotel (but should!) as told by the guests themselves.
Spring is the gateway between winter and summer. It’s a stretch of season where the weather is typically warmer, yet the temperatures could still drop and snow could still fall at any minute. It’s a time of year where everything in the world reawakens.
Spring at Texas A&M
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.
Small towns like College Station make it easy to get to know them, to get acquainted with the sights, sounds, and flavors unique to their corner of the universe. Spring trips can be quick, which is why you’ll want to spend your time in a town you can truly embrace.