Aggieland: A home for all Aggies
In Bryan-College Station, you’ll find a community rich in tradition and history, a place where you can enjoy all the amenities of a big city combined with a warm, friendly, small-town charm.
Bryan/College Station, Texas
The twin cities of Bryan and College Station
have served as the adopted hometown for generations of Aggies. Both cities have grown exponentially just as Texas A&M University has grown, and each is a welcoming, diverse community that continues to grow and thrive. With over 200,000 permanent residents and several thousand more students, Bryan/College Station is the hot spot of the Brazos Valley with the resources to support your lifestyle.
Bryan/College Station boasts more than 90 public parks, the 1,000-acre recreational Lake Bryan and the Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater for outdoor concerts and multi-cultural events. There are also several art galleries and a variety of museums, including the Brazos Valley African-American Museum, Children’s Museum, and Natural History Museum and the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum on the Texas A&M campus.
Many beautiful memorials are found at College Station’s Veterans Park, while the nearby Museum of the American G.I. serves as a living history museum dedicated to America’s servicemen and women.
College Station has earned a reputation as one of the safest, most family-friendly places in Texas. In addition, it has a strong spiritual side, with every major religion represented among more than 80 houses of worship. The home of Texas A&M was recently named as one of the best places to live in the United States
Both College Station and Bryan offer shopping, nightlife and a wide variety of cuisine, including Century Square and the Northgate Entertainment District, with countless unique hangouts and eateries that are within walking distance of campus. And with Bryan’s Downtown District, featuring a thriving art and music scene, festivals and street fairs, the local community has something for everyone.