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BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION

 
Population 111,716

Altitude 367

General

Located in area where Stephen F. Austin's colonists settled between 1821 - 1831. Bryan formally chartered in 1855. Economy long based on diversified agriculture, enhanced by educational centers, including Allen Academy and Texas A&M University.

College Station adjoins Bryan forming the urban center of Brazos County. As its name implies, the city has always received its sustenance from Texas A&M University., the state's first public institution of higher education, established in 1876.

Hunting, fishing, and camping popular almost year round at nearby streams and woodlands.

Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater, in center of College Station, is in the center of College Station, is surrounded by a three acre lake, and features big-name entertainers and free open-air concerts throughout the year.

BRAZOS VALLEY MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

MESSINA HOF WINE CELLARS

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

ALBRITTON BELL TOWER

ART EXHIBITS

CENTENNIAL WOOD CARVINGS;

FLORA TEST GARDEN

SAM HOUSTON SANDERS CORPS OF CADETS CENTER

Attractions

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