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Living in Bryan-College Station

According to 2023 population estimates, Bryan has approximately 89,017 residents, and College Station has approximately 123,238 residents.

Area attractions include the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the Brazos Valley African American Museum, the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History, the Museum of the American G.I. and the Brazos Valley Children's Museum. Historic Downtown Bryan is another popular attraction that combines antique shops, family-owned restaurants, art galleries, and boutiques, a restored Art Deco-era theatre, a Carnegie Library and the open-air Palace Theatre. One of the most popular times to visit is on First Friday, a free event in Downtown Bryan that takes place every month.

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Visiting Aggieland

Texas A&M University's main campus is in College Station, Texas. Nearby Bryan is home to the Texas A&M Health Science Center and Texas A&M-RELLIS. College Station and Bryan are twin cities that are often referred to together as "Aggieland." Learn more about life in Aggieland:

Get to Know Texas A&M University

Texas A&M’s campus and community have plenty to do, see and eat. Check out the recommended must-see stops.

Our traditions foster the Aggie Spirit and are part of daily Aggie life - from how we greet each other to what we do on gamedays.

Our history stretches back nearly 150 years, but we’ve stayed true to our original charge: to educate and develop future leaders who will change the world.

Click here to keep tabs on what's happening on the Texas A&M main campus.

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