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View of a seating area at Aggie Park

Aggie Park

722 Throckmorton St, College Station, TX 77843

Aggie Park is a premier green space that brings Aggies together for celebration, relaxation, inspiration and more. The park is next to Kyle Field, making it the perfect place for tailgating during football season. Aggie Park also includes water features, an outdoor amphitheater, an ice cream parlor, public Wi-Fi and permanent Distinguished Alumni recognition.
Inside view of the J Wayne Stark Galleries

Texas A&M University Art Galleries

Memorial Student Center (MSC), 275 Joe Routt Blvd, College Station, TX 77843

J. Wayne Stark Galleries, MSC 1110

Forsyth Galleries, MSC 2428

The Texas A&M University Art Galleries (UART) include the J. Wayne Stark Galleries and the Forsyth Galleries. Both are located in the Memorial Student Center. UART also oversees a vast in-house collection, including indoor and outdoor public art. Admission is always free and open to the public.
View of the bonfire memorial

Bonfire Memorial

Texas A&M University, History Walk / Spirit Ring, College Station, TX 77843

The Bonfire Memorial stands near the main entrance of campus, celebrating the tradition, history and spirit of Texas A&M. It is dedicated to those involved in the tragic collapse of the 1999 Bonfire. MSC Hospitality offers walking tours of the Bonfire Memorial.
View of the Century Tree

Century Tree

766 Military Walk, College Station, TX 77840

The Century Tree, located near the Academic Building, is a place that holds a special place in the heart of many Aggies. Well over 100 years old, the tree was one of the first trees planted on Texas A&M's massive 5,200-acre campus. The beautiful live oak has been the site of countless Aggie marriage proposals, weddings, and tourist snapshots because of its immense size and its unique drooping branches, many of which rest on the ground. Tradition says that if a couple walks together underneath the Century Tree, they will eventually marry — and if a marriage proposal takes place under the tree, the marriage will last forever.
Front view of the George Bush Library and Museum

George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

1000 George Bush Dr W, College Station, TX 77845

Texas A&M is the proud home of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, honoring and preserving the legacy of the 41st U.S. president. It opened to the public on Nov. 7, 1997, and is one of 13 U.S. presidential libraries. The museum is a state-of-the-art facility that contains over 44 million pages of documents, 2 million photographs, 100,000 artifacts, thousands of sound and video recordings and more.
Arial view of kyle Field

Kyle Field

161 Wellborn Rd, College Station, TX 77840

Texas A&M’s Kyle Field has been the home of the Aggie football team since 1905. Over 2014 and 2015, the stadium underwent one of the most extensive remodel projects in the history of collegiate athletics. The new Kyle Field features an expanded seating capacity of 102,733, making it one of the five largest college football stadiums. Also, there are tours offered to the public with behind-the-scenes access to restricted areas of the stadium.
View of the Leadership Entrance at the Memorial Student Center

Memorial Student Center

275 Joe Routt Blvd, College Station, TX 77840

The Memorial Student Center (MSC) is more than a student center — it’s a living memorial dedicated to Aggies who have lost their lives in past, present or future wars. As a sign of respect, those entering the building are asked to remove their hats, and those walking outside are asked not to walk on the grass surrounding the facility. The building also features art galleries, multiple eating facilities, a bookstore, piano practice rooms and The Flag Room.
View of the Gardens

The Gardens at Texas A&M University

578 John Kimbrough Blvd, College Station, TX 77845

The Gardens provides Texas A&M students, employees and visitors a quiet place to relax, learn, gather and experience nature. As an outdoor classroom providing world-class research and experiential learning for people from kindergarten to retirement, there’s always something to discover. Our programs and educational materials allow guests to learn about ecosystems, growing food, conserving water and much more.
Arial view of golf course

The Golf Club at Texas A&M

1 Bizzell St, College Station, TX 77843

The Golf Club at Texas A&M includes an 18-hole championship golf course, a driving range and a short game practice area for research and H&K Classes. The club also features a tournament pavilion and a new clubhouse, providing an on-campus social center for current and former students to enjoy. The course offers a great affordable golfing option for everyone.