College Station Travel Guide
Welcome to College Station!
Home to Texas A&M University, the third largest public university in the United States, College Station boasts a broad diversity of culture and people that draw visitors for more than just academic reasons. Located in the heart of the state, this city offers over 1,100 acres (445 ha) of park space that includes everything from bike paths to golf courses to picnic areas. There are several research facilities in the vicinity of College Station that have become major local employers and have created a strong industrial base in this part of Texas. The Wolf Pen Creek Amphitheater is a local venue for live performances, such as the Starlight Music Series, an annual schedule of free concerts in College Station. The wine industry is represented in the area as well with the Messina Hof Winery, a vintner located in Bryan.
The library boasts a collection of 38 million pages of official and personal papers and one million photographs documenting George Bush's political career.
Hotels & Motels
Located just one mile from Texas A&M University and close to the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum and the Post Oak Mall, the Holiday Inn Express is a convenient base for all travelers.