Texas A&M graduate and artist Benjamin Knox has been capturing the spirit of his alma mater and other colleges and universities across the United States via fine art and photography for the past two decades. Other works of art include landscapes and western themes. For more information, visit https://benjaminknox.com/.
Surrounded by serenity on 50 fabulous wooded acres, the 39,000-square-foot Brazos Center is an ideal place to hold trade shows, job fairs, and art-related events. A banquet facility is available for luncheons and receptions. The Brazos Flower sculpture outside the building was commissioned for the Texas Sesquicentennial in 1986. For more information, visit https://www.brazoscountytx.gov/index.aspx?NID=159
The Arts Center is home to sculpture and paintings from local and regional artists, along with artifacts that date from as far back as the 11th century. In addition, there's 5,000 square feet of space for conferences and educational events. For more information, visithttps://www.acbv.org/
Texas A&M Biodiversity Research and Teaching Collections
Explore more than one million preserved specimens, including birds, mammals, reptiles, and amphibians. These incredible natural history collections are utilized for research by Texas A&M University faculty and graduate students, as well as scientists from around the globe. For more information, visit https://brtc.tamu.edu/
Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley
A hands-on museum of the finest caliber, the Children's Museum of the Brazos Valley offers kids of all ages a fun educational experience. Interactive exhibits include the Valley Grocery, where fruits and vegetables are bought and sold, and the Dramatic Play Area, which is a great place to create stories through the use of puppets. For more information, visit http://cmbv.org/