The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M University, is a premier destination for researchers, students, and families alike. The library has more than 40 million pages of official records and personal papers, and the museum features more than 100,000 artifa...
Great historical site. Go Dubyaaaa!
The pond in the back is nice to visit on a sunny day. You can also do some fishing back there; catch and release only.
Very interesting to walk through the history of former president Bush senior. Staff is very friendly and informative from the moment you walk in.
Graduating from tamu? Come in your cap and gown and take a picture at the Oval Office
During the Fourth of July, an orchestra accompanies a fireworks show. Shuttles transport people to and from the museum but you can also watch from the A&M basketball stadium.
Security is tight. This is not the place for me.
Texas A&M and Blinn students receive free admission. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity!
George H. W. Bush was the first president to make an official pardoning of the Thanksgiving Day turkey, saving it from slaughter, a tradition that has carried on every year since 1989.
Very cool! Leave yourself at least 2+ hours to walk through.
The gift shop has some unique gift ideas.
Great little catch and release fishing pond behind the Library. Only place to buy bait around here is Academy though. So come prepared.
Oval Office photo is a must! Great photo, be sure to have them take it for you - turns out great! Also, the grumpy and cynical old woman working at the gift store is fun to troll!
Very simple and interactive Presidential library. A must for any visitor or regular in CStat
They close at 5pm, but start making people leave at 4:30 - best not to start after 4pm!
The permanent exhibit tells the story of George H.W. Bush, his childhood, WWII service, marriage, Yale, business ventures and his years of public service.
President Bush takes an active role here at the Library & Museum and at the George Bush School of Government & Public Service.