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Museum
“If you are in the area and haven't visited, it is definitely worth the trip! ”
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미술 갤러리
“Stopping in at the Knox Gallery is always nice, there is artwork for viewing or for purchase, but not so much that you get bored or tired, there is an outdoor seating area and a wine bar too. Local artist, iconic caboose on site. Pretty dang cool...”
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미술 갤러리
“Master painter!! Beautiful gallery of his work, wine bar, etc. Paintings for sale. A&M artwork, other college artwork and Texas scenery. ”
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Museum
“Looking for something to do with your kids? Take a trip to the Children's Museum of Brazos Valley! Closed on Sundays.”
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Museum
“The permanent collection of the J. Wayne Stark Galleries focuses on American paintings, prints, drawings and photographs of the 19th and 20th centuries, with a strong emphasis on Texas art. Some artists represented include Julian Onderdonk, H.O. “Cowboy” Kelly, and Dorothy Hood. Additionally, the permanent collection is home to sculpture and various decorative arts, and provides educational programming to inform guests of all ages about art.”
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미술 갤러리
“The Forsyth Galleries showcase an important collection of late 19th- and early 20th-century glass and American paintings. The Forsyth was originally established in 1989 as a museum to house the Bill (TAMU class of 1935) and Irma Runyon Art Collection. The Runyon Collection contains one of the world’s leading collections of English cameo glass, as well as a significant collection of 19th and early 20th century American art glass and paintings. The Runyons’ collecting foci have continued to guide the Forsyth Galleries collections as they have grown through a combination of generous gifts and bequests. ”
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Museum
“The Hall of Champions at Kyle Field is a massive, 30,000-square-foot virtual sports museum that celebrates the iconic football stadium and Texas A&M Athletics. The Hall of Champions features an equally impressive maroon ceiling with a massive white Texas A&M logo and delivers a unique, one-of-a kind experience. Visitors will engage with an ambitious array of sights and sounds through banners, video screens, ribbon boards, interactive displays, historic recordings and artifacts that honor the respective athletic programs as well as Aggie athletes who have made history or earned entry into the Texas A&M Athletics Hall of Fame. ”
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Museum
“The Corps Center is home to a museum that houses thousands of Aggie artifacts and a library with over 3,000 military research volumes. The Sanders Corps of Cadet Center depicts the Corps of Cadets from its beginning in 1876 to today. The exhibits held describe the traditions and history of Texas A&M University. The exhibits include Silver Taps, the Aggie Band, Parsons Mounted Cavalry, the 12th Man, the Ross Volunteers, Aggie Muster, Bonfire, Reveille, Cadet life and an Aggie Ring case. Also housed in the Corps Center is the Metzger -Sanders Antique Firearm Collection.”
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