Honoring African American Heroes & Celebrating Black Voices at the Brazos Valley African American Museum

Located in Bryan, TX, the Brazos Valley African American Museum is the official repository of artifacts, oral history, media reports, and other important historical source material for the African Americans who settled and lived in the Brazos Valley of Texas. It is a living museum that reflects the rich diversity of the historical and cultural legacy, present and promise of African Americans in Texas.


In honor of Black History Month, the Brazos Valley African American Museum will be open for free admission throughout the month of February, 2021.

Hours:
Sunday-Monday: Closed
Tuesday-Friday: 10:00AM to 5:00PM
Saturday: 10:00AM to 4:00PM

Location:
500 E. Pruitt Street, Bryan, TX 77803


The Brazos Valley African American Museum is a wonderful asset in our community, highlighting the struggles & triumphs of Black & African American individuals. Those stories represented range from the enslaved people brought to our area in the 1800s and the tragedies they were dealt & overcame, to Civil Rights heroes past & present, as well as everyday citizens of the Brazos Valley who left their mark on our community.

These stories are told through permanent & rotating exhibitions featuring artifacts, first-hand accounts, and artwork from those various time periods, as well as contemporary Black artists.

Their newest exhibition, “Southern Champions of Civil Rights,” will be on display through February 28, 2021. Stop by to see & learn from this moving exhibition, along with emotional, touching, and informative permanent displays.


Learn more at bvaam.org.

The Brazos Valley African American Museum was featured on our list of 21 Things To Do In Bryan In 2021! Click here to view the full list.


Meet The Blogger

Chris Riggins

Chris is the Destination Marketing Manager for Destination Bryan. Originally from North Texas, Chris has called Bryan-College Station home since 2014. Chris is a proud graduate of Texas A&M University’s Recreation, Park & Tourism Science program. When he’s not telling you about the restaurant he tried this weekend that was “SO good,” he’s probably talking about his dog or taking photos of a Brazos Valley sunset.

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