Bryan/College Station, Texas USA
The Bryan/College Station area of Texas is home to the George Bush Presidential Library, plus downtown Bryan, Texas has quite the history and College Station is home to one of Texas’ largest university; Texas A&M; the Aggies.
Bryan and College Station, Texas are two towns that go hand in hand located in Central Texas. Just about in the middle of the Dallas, TX; San Antonio, TX and Houston triangle.
How To Get Here
As its a college area, it’s easily accessible by multiple modes of transportation as its a college town.
There is no train service to either Bryan or College Station. However, Amtrak has service to San Antonio, TX (SAS) on the Sunset Limited and the Texas Eagle routes. The station is located near the Alamodome. From here you can rent a car for the drive to the area.
The nearest airport is the Easterwood Airport (CLL), located just on the outskirts of College Station and is served by American Airlines (AA) and United Airlines (UA). Actually, the terminal is named after a fellow namesake, William A. McKenzie :-).
Greyhound serves the Bryan, but not College Station; no biggie as these two towns are right next to each other.
If you are already in the region you can take the drive. Just use a service like Google Maps for directions.
Where To Stay
There is no It’s a college town, so there are plenty of big name hotels such as Hilton, Holiday Inn and Marriott. Bryan also also has some historic local hotels as well..
==>> You can find a list of hotels in College Station from TripAdvisor here.
==>> You can find a list of hotels in Bryan from TripAdvisor here.
==>> Try Airbnb.
Where To Eat
Lots of food places to eat here in both Bryan and College Station. Bryan tends to have more local places while College Station has the larger chain restaurants.
==>> You can find a list of restaurants from TripAdvisor here.
What To Do
The main thing to do here is to visit the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum and the Barbara Bush Gardens located just outside the rear of the Library.
One thing I found out is that there is also wine to be had in Central Texas. Yes, Texas does have a few vineyards. Check out Texas Bluebonnet Wine Trail for details. There’s also the Messina Hof Winery & Resort as well.
Also, Bryan’s downtown is very historic and looks like it’s the Wild West; love it.
==>> Here is a list of things to do from Trip Advisor.
==>> Viator does not offer any Tours in this area, but you can check other Texas tours.