Degallery is an art gallery, event space and studio for art students of all ages and levels of experience. The gallery exhibitions are continually changing with original, unique and accessible art from around the world. Degallery hosts the First Saturday Outdoor Art Market every month and is also the home of the Visual Art Society of Bryan-College Station.
The Frame Gallery specializes in showcasing original art including paintings, pottery, jewelry and all things creative from local artists as well as custom framing. Another art-oriented business, Savage Diva, shares the space.
Brazos Glasswork is a retail handcrafted gift gallery and working stained glass studio. Featuring amazing creations from artists across the nation, they specialize in creating custom stained glass and stained glass restoration, plus teaching folks how to make their own beautiful art glass gifts.
The Well Hung Art Gallery is an eclectic art gallery that definitely thinks outside the box. It is the home for wacky, unique, and tongue-in-cheek artwork done by artists with a real connection to the Bryan-College Station area.
Artist Benjamin Knox creates fine art in the representational style of the Great Masters. At his gallery, you will find originals paintings, spirited collegiate art and prints. They make exceptional frames for diplomas, illustrated with his art. He is particularly known locally for ability to capture the spirit of Aggieland through his art.
Open: 1 PM – 4PM on Saturdays
The Arts Council of Brazos Valley is a non-profit art organization that provides innovative and impactful opportunities to residents and visitors. It supports over 60 affiliate arts, culture and heritage organizations, regional artists and creative businesses. Their building holds an excellent gallery, three artist studios and outdoor art.
The George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum is the presidential library and burial site of George H. W. Bush, the 41st President of the United States (1989–1993), and his wife Barbara Bush. It is located on a 90-acre site on the west campus of Texas A&M University. Due to local COVID conditions, the National Archive and Records Administration has closed the Bush Library and Museum. The Bush Family Gravesite and the museum grounds, including the Presidential Pond, will remain open to the public. Barbless-hook fishing is permitted in the pond, family picnics and photography are permitted on the grounds, however restroom facilities and drinking fountains are not available. We encourage social distancing and facial coverings while on the grounds.
The mission of the Brazos Valley African American Museum is to explore, develop, preserve and present the cultural history and heritage of African Americans. It was built on the site of one of the original black schools in the Brazos Valley and opened its doors to the public in 2006. They regularly host travelling exhibits and local artists. The museum has just been selected to receive a FY2021 Museum Grant for African American History and Culture Award from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
(It is free to visit the Museum Store)
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History founded in 1961 is our science, nature, and cultural history museum. It focuses on natural and cultural history and encourages human interaction with nature through its many art and science exhibits plus public programs such as field trips, summer nature camps and “Wish Upon a Butterfly.” The museum also manages the nearby Boonville Heritage Park.
Visitor parking in the Gene Stallings Blvd Garage or the University Center Garage for a fee.
The J. Wayne Stark Galleries is an art museum on the Texas A&M University campus. It is run by the University Art Galleries Department, which is a part of the Division of Student Affairs. The art gallery is named after J. Wayne Stark, the first director of the Memorial Student Center. The Permanent Collection of the Stark Galleries focuses on American paintings, prints, drawings and photographs of the 19th and 20th centuries. The link to visitor parking garages is here: https://transport.tamu.edu/Parking/visitor.aspx. The Central Parking Garage is the closest. Note that there is essentially no free parking on campus and the rules are strictly enforced.
Visitor parking in the Gene Stallings Blvd Garage or the University Center Garage for a fee
The Forsyth Galleries is the second major art museum on the Texas A&M University campus located on the 2nd floor of the MSC. home to a world-class collection of English Cameo Glass and American and European art glass. The bulk of the collection was a gift from Bill ('35) and Irma Runyon, who collected art glass as well as American western and impressionist paintings. Highlights include works by Mary Cassatt, Frederic Remington, and Winslow Homer. The James R. Reynolds Student Art Gallery is nearby in Room 2241 of the MSC. The link to visitor parking garages is here: https://transport.tamu.edu/Parking/visitor.aspx . The Central Parking Garage is the closest. Note that there is essentially no free parking on campus and the rules are strictly enforced.