We proudly screen at the Queen! The Queen Theatre was originally built in the late 1800's as a hotel in the heart of Downtown Bryan. The hotel began showing silent films on the ground level in the early 1900's. The name "Queen Theatre" was officially given to the building in 1914 and converted into a fully operational movie theater in 1939. The Queen has been recently renovated and restored to its original 1939 glory.
A little extra STING: B/CS boasts a broad range of quality attractions. Texas A&M University - home of the famous ‘Viz Lab’, trains students who often go on to careers at Pixar, Blue Sky, LucasFilm and DreamWorks. TAMU also offers galleries and museums -- as well as the Bonfire Memorial, horticulture gardens, and iconic Kyle Field.
In addition to Texas A&M, there are several museums throughout Aggieland, including the nationally recognized George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the Museum of the American G.I, Brazos Valley African American Museum, which is one of only three in the state dedicated to African American heritage, and the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History.
Take the time to stop by the Messina Hof Winery and Resort, especially during the harvest season, visit the Tasting Room for a wonderful tour of the facility and a truly Texas wine-tasting experience.
BEE a part of something special here at Red Wasp Film Festival!