The Cushing Memorial Library & Archives on the Texas A&M Campus has a secret! Cushing, TAMU’s original library, houses the largest art collection at Texas A&M University. The collections include some of the finest works by American painters, naturalists and German engravers depicting Texas life and the landscapes, fauna and flora of Texas, the Krueger Collection of northern European paintings of the 19th century, among others. Visit the definitive work of famous Western artist, W. Herbert Dunton “In Cattle Land” and Stephen F. Austin’s 1830 “Map of Texas,” the first map of Texas printed in the United States. This library is the rare books, special collections, manuscripts and archival repository for Texas A&M University Libraries. It is attached to the Sterling C. Evans Library and faces the Academic building in the center of main campus. Admission is free for viewing exhibitions in the 1st and 2nd floors. Hours are 9am-4:30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Call ahead to arrange a tour.

Parking: The gallery is closer to the University Center Garage. Get more information about visitor parking garages here: . Note that there is essentially no free parking on campus and the rules are strictly enforced.

400 Spence St, College Station, TX 77843