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University life and excitement in College Station, TX

This community is a quintessential college town, the city itself growing up around Texas A&M University after it was established in 1876. Today, residents and visitors staying in College Station's hotels enjoy the youthful energy that exudes from this city, as well as exploring places such as Texas A&M and the Wolf Pen Creek District, or enjoying festivals like the Starlight Music Series.

Things to see
Texas A&M University

This university is packed to the brim with school spirit; just walking around the campus to take in that energy is a memorable experience. Many visitors to College Station head here for football games, and its stadium, Kyle Field, is quite a sight, being one of the 10 largest in the world, with a capacity of 102,512.

George Bush Presidential Library

This revered library sits on a 90-acre site on the Texas A&M campus. Many of its visitors enjoy the significant number of fascinating and historic documents on display here.

Wolf Pen Creek District

This development is sure to keep you and any family members or companions busy, as it is home to a wide variety of entertainment venues. These include the Arctic Wolf Ice Skating Complex, P. David Romei Arts Center—an amphitheater and entertainment center—a number of galleries, several art exhibits, a lake and miles of picturesque trails. Wolf Pen is in an historic part of the city, adjacent to Post Oak Mall, College Station's first and largest mall.


This is a vibrant district that is home to a variety of restaurants, bars and entertainment venues. It received its name due to its proximity to Texas A&M's northern gate.

Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History

Those interested in learning more about the history of the area will enjoy a trip here for the fascinating art exhibits on display. This museum is located in Bryan, a city adjacent to College Station.

Annual events

Music-lovers will surely have a great time at one of the city's many music festivals.

Starlight Music Series

The Wolf Pen Creek District plays host to this exciting event on Saturday evenings around June. Admission is free, and you can either bring your own refreshments or purchase those sold on-site.

Northgate Music Festival

This event has also been attracting music lovers to Northgate ever since it was first held in 1998.


If you're driving to College Station, you'll likely take State Highway 6 from Dallas or Houston, or State Highway 21 from San Antonio. Another option for those living in Dallas or Houston is to take a flight into Easterwood Airport (CLL), which is located on the Texas A&M campus. However, if you're traveling from farther away, you'll likely fly into one of the larger airports in Texas. The airports located in Houston and Austin are about 100 miles from College Station.

George Bush International Airport (IAH)

Houston's largest airport is one of the nation's busiest, with flights arriving from several American cities as well as international locales such as Tokyo, Paris, Moscow and Dubai. Ground Shuttle provides direct transportation from this airport to College Station.

William P. Hobby Airport (HOU)

Ground Shuttle also serves this airport. Although Hobby Airport does not receive any international flights, it does welcome visitors to Houston from a variety of American cities such as Los Angeles, New York and Chicago.

Brazos Transit District

This company provides bus transportation to attractions throughout the College Station metropolitan area.


The best times to visit College Station are in the spring and fall when high temperatures are in the 70s and lows are in the 50s. Summers are very hot with highs in the 90s, while winter temperatures can drop down to the low 40s.

Whether you are planning to attend one of Texas A&M's football games, visit the revered grounds of the George Bush Presidential Library or enjoy one of the city's varied musical festivals, you can easily get caught up in the excitement of this lively city.