- List of Exhibits
- Brazos Spring Mural
- Carter Creek Nature Trail
- Cotton Farming in the Brazos Valley
- Discovery Room
- Flying Reptiles of the Frithiof Fossil Collection
- Frithiof Fossil Collection
- Grass Roots: African Origins of an American Art
- Ice Age Mammals
- Native American Stone Tools
- Ranching and Chuck Wagon Display
- Texas: Vanishing Habitats and Species
- The Mary Terrell
- The Republic of Texas
- Past Exhibits
- Astronomy’s New Messengers
- Educator's Showcase
- Educator's Showcase 2011
- Educator Showcase
- El Camino Real de los Tejas
- Enduring Transformation: The Kazakh People in a Changing World
- Farm Life: A Century of Change for Farm Families and Their Neighbors
- From Earth to the Universe
- Getting to the Core: The JOIDES Resolution
- Lee and Grant
- Legacy - The Astin Family
- Lone Star Lizards
- Neches Journeys: Land River and People
- Rarámuri: Runners of the Sierra Madre
- Texas Writers and J. Frank Dobie: Texan Legend
- The Bison: American Icon
- The Brogdon Hotei
- The CADDO: Traditions and Heritage
- The Shogun Age in Japan
- Two Views of Indigenous Bolivia
- VANISHED: German-American Civilian Internment in Texas, 1941-48
- Wild Land: Thomas Cole and the Birth of the American Landscape Painting
- Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity
- Getting Involved
- Events and News
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
The Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History is preparing to officially unveil its newly renovated Astin and Wakefield galleries to the Bryan/College Station community. On Thursday, March 12 at 4:30 pm at a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the Museum's Brazos Center location, the Brazos Valley Chamber of Commerce will assist the Museum in formally unveiling the changes made to the Museum's primary exhibit spaces in recent months. The entire community is invited to join in this free celebration, which will include a chance for visitors to see the renovations, and enjoy refreshments and remarks by Museum director Dr. Deborah Cowman, Mayor pro-tem Jason Bienski, and others.
The only Museum of its kind in the 7-county Brazos Valley region, the Museum preserves and displays spectacular collections reflecting our diverse natural and cultural heritage. The celebration will also feature the premiere of most recent additions to the Museum's permanent collections, magnificent Alaskan grizzly bear and white wolf mounted specimens donated to the Museum by Conroe natives, Doyle and Ann Tow.
"We are proud to officially introduce our renovated gallery to the public," notes Deborah Cowman, executive director of the Museum. "This project has been the result of hours of careful planning and labor by our dedicated board, staff, and volunteers from across the community. And this is just the beginning. The changes to the gallery that visitors see at the Ribbon Cutting are just the first part of a multi-phased project to transform and update the Museum. We want to encourage the whole community to visit us over the coming months to see new displays, more changes to our permanent exhibits, and new developments in our library and discovery room."
Expected to attend the ceremony are members of the Museum's Board of Trustees, Museum faculty, staff, Museum Friends, volunteers, and the general public. They will be joined by the staff, members, and supporters of the Chamber of Commerce.
Admission to this exhibit and the Museum's permanent galleries is $5 for adults, $4 for students and seniors. Children 3 and under are free. The Museum, located in the Brazos Center on Briarcrest Drive, is open to the public Monday through Saturday from 10 am to 5 pm, and the first Sunday of the month from 1-5pm.
For additional information about this and other Museum events and exhibits, call 979.776.2195, or visit our website.