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George H. W. Bush Presidential Library & Museum

  • 1000 George Bush Drive West
    College Station, TX 77845
  • (979) 691-4000
As one of the top attractions in the State of Texas, the George H. W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, creates a museum experience that is both educational and entertaining for the whole family. The Bush Library and Museum is a premier destination for researchers, students and families. Whether you're coming for a Texas A&M University sporting event, vacation, to visit a student, attend a conference, or even if you’re a local resident, the Bush Library and Museum is a must-see in the Bryan College Station area. Be part of history! Research over 43 million pages of documents, view thousands of museum objects, and learn about leadership and public service through the life of President George H. W. Bush. These materials are preserved and made available for research and museum exhibitions. Together, they document the life and career of George H. W. Bush and form an important historical record of the critical years in the late 20th century. The museum also contains a special section dedicated to former first lady Barbara Bush, and a classroom designed specifically for students from kindergarten through high school. Open: Monday - Saturday 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Sunday noon - 5:00 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Connect with us on Facebook and Twitter @Bush41Library. Group discounts available, call 979-691-4006. Come be a part of history today.
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