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Brazos Valley African American Museum

Brazos Valley African American Museum

The Brazos Valley African American Museum is the official repository of artifacts, oral history, media reports, and other important historical source material for the African Americans who settled and lived in the Brazos Valley of Texas. It is a living museum that reflects the rich diversity of the historical and cultural legacy, present and promise of African Americans in Texas.

Contact: museum@bvaam.org or (979) 775-3961
 
Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History

Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History

Begun primarily as a children’s museum, the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History today provides programs and exhibits for all ages, which explore the special relationship between the natural and cultural environments of the Brazos Valley.

Contact: (979) 779-2195
 
Chappel Hill Historical Society

Chappel Hill Historical Society

Chappell Hill offers a history rich in culture, higher education, sandbars and stern-wheelers, cotton, the War-Between-the-States, and Polish immigration. The Chappell Hill Historical Society’s mission is: To encourage the preservation of records, buildings, sites and other items of historical interest to the community, and to educate the general public as to the historical significance of the same.

Contact: chmuseum@chappellhillmuseum.org or (979) 836-6033
 
The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley

The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley

The mission of The Children’s Museum is to provide a child-centered, hands-on interactive environment for discovery and learning for children. They accomplish this through exhibits and programs that have learning outcomes so children and parents can expand their educational experiences together. Children learn by using their imagination and putting into practice what they learn in the classroom. They have that opportunity at the Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley and we invite you to come and see it in action.

Contact: (979) 779-KIDS (5437)
 
Cushing Memorial Library

Cushing Memorial Library

The Cushing Memorial Library and Archives is attached to the Sterling C. Evans Library and faces the Academic Building. It was the first freestanding library facility on campus and is now home to special collections, rare books, and the University Archives

Monday-Friday 8am-6pm
5000 TAMU, College Station, TX, 77843
Phone: (979) 845-1951
 
Forsyth Galleries

Forsyth Galleries

The Forsyth Galleries collect, exhibit, interpret and preserve 19th and 20th century decorative arts and American paintings. By providing creative educational and enrichment opportunities to the campus and diverse audiences, the Forsyth advances the mission of Texas A&M University.

Location: Texas A&M University Memorial Student Center, 2nd Floor
Contact: (979) 845-9251
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9am-8pm
Saturday-Sunday 12pm-6pm
 
Friends of Camp Hearne

Friends of Camp Hearne

Friends of Camp Hearne maintains a museum to preserve, store, interpret and exhibit archaeological artifacts and related wartime memorabilia from Camp Hearne, WWII Prisoner of War Camp.

Contact: mail@camphearne.com or (979) 314-7012
 
George Bush Presidential Library & Museum

George Bush Presidential Library & Museum

The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum is dedicated to sponsoring programs and exhibits that benefit students of all grade levels. They are committed to creating an exciting and open educational environment where every student can learn more about our nation’s past. The wide range of activities includes tours, interactive displays, Museum Classroom programs, and family activities.

Contact: info.bush@nara.gov or (979) 691-4000
 
J. Wayne Stark Galleries

J. Wayne Stark Galleries

The Permanent Collection of the Stark Galleries focuses on American paintings, prints, drawings and photographs of the 19th and 20th centuries. Some artists represented include Julian Onderdonk, H.O. “Cowboy” Kelly, and Dorothy Hood. Additionally, the Permanent Collection is home to sculpture and various other decorative arts, and provides educational programming to inform guests of all ages about art.

Location: Texas A&M University Memorial Student Center, 1st Floor
Contact: 979.845.8501
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9am-8pm
Saturday-Sunday 12pm-6pm
 
MSC Visual Arts Committee

MSC Visual Arts Committee

The MSC Visual Arts Committee is a student committee of the Memorial Student Center. The MSC offers a broad mix of programs, services, facilities, and student development opportunities for the Texas A&M community. The programs provided by committees of the MSC seek to entertain, educate, and inspire audiences to reach beyond the classroom experience and gain a broader view of society and the world.

Tuesday-Friday 9am-8pm
Saturday-Sunday 12pm-6pm
275 Joe Routt Blvd., College Station, TX, 77884
Contact: visualartscommittee@gmail.com or (979) 845-1515
 
Museum of the American G.I.

Museum of the American G.I.

The Museum of the American G.I. began in 2001 with an inventory of multiple award-winning artifacts of American military history. The goal of the museum is to be a repository of restored, working military vehicles used by the United States and to display the vehicles in action.

Contact: info@americangimuseum.org or (979) 690-0501
 
Star of Republic Museum

Star of Republic Museum

An educational institution, the Star of the Republic Museum interprets the history of the Republic of Texas and its influences. Interpretation is conducted through exhibits, school and group programs, media programs and community programs. The Museum collects and preserves artifacts to implement the programs and extensively researches to ensure authenticity of the collections and presentation.

Contact: star@blinn.edu or (936) 878-2461
 
Texas Cotton Gin

Texas Cotton Gin

The Texas Cotton Gin & Museum provides an active and vital setting in which to explore the vernacular mechanical achievements of typical local users and adapters of mass-produced machines, engines, tools, and vehicles during the first two thirds of the twentieth century. The setting of Burton, Texas, in Washington County, also offers an outstanding opportunity to compare the changes that accompanied mechanization amongst German-, English-, Czech-, and African-American cotton farmers.

Contact: burtoncottongin@earthlink.net or (979) 289-3378
 
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