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What you should know about College Station

College Station, like its name suggests, is a busy and exciting student town and home to the oldest research university in the state, the esteemed Texas A&M University. Located in a prime position between Houston and Austin, this district offers all the best aspects of Texan culture while still being small enough to explore. Plus, you won’t have to go back to college to get the most out of this area. College Station has plenty of great museums, sports arenas, and historical sites that appeal to everyone.

Hotels in College Station

Visitors to the district have a great choice of College Station hotels. Many of these are located along the area’s main highways, providing you with great transportation links, and range from budget College Station hotels to upscale accommodation. Check out the highly rated Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, College Station for discount rooms, and enjoy the outdoor terrace and pool. The Vineyard Court Designer Suites Hotel is another great option, with a picturesque hotel garden to relax in. And, for great accommodation at fantastic College Station hotel rates, take a look at Baymont Inn & Suites College Station on the edge of town.

Things to see in College Station

First, stop off at the magnificent George Bush Presidential Library. This impressive collection of buildings houses a great collection of books, and a museum detailing the history of the Bush administration. View exhibits relating to Bush Senior and Bush Junior, such as their presidential car and a full-sized Oval Office replica, as well as other fascinating articles such as a genuine piece of the Berlin Wall. Any sports fanatics should catch a game at the Kyle Field, home of the “Aggies,” College Station’s American football team. Founded over 100 years ago, Kyle Field has undergone extensive modernization since then and is the fifth largest American football stadium nationwide. Finally, visit the Bonfire Memorial. The Memorial was built on the site of the Aggie Bonfire to commemorate the deaths of 12 students when the bonfire collapsed on them in 1999, ending a 90-year campus tradition. A walk around here is a truly moving experience.

Good for families

With a range of great-quality discount College Station hotels available with all the amenities you need on your vacation, families can have a relaxing trip here without any extra expenses. Both parents and children can enjoy the great museums and sites on offer. American football fans even have the opportunity to take the kids to a game at the “home of the 12th man.” The superb College Station hotel deals available will also appeal to budget travelers. Plus, the district’s airport and its position between two major Texan cities make it perfect as a jumping-off point for further travel.

How to get to College Station

Fly to Easterwood Airport in College Station, which serves flights to and from Dallas and Houston. Visitors can also fly to George Bush Intercontinental Airport. From here, it’s approximately a 1 hour 40 minute car journey. College Station can be easily navigated by car, with state Highway 6 and Highway S. Texas Avenue running through the district toward Bryan, and University Drive linking the neighborhood to Easterwood Airport. The District company operates regular bus services, with the Yellow and Maroon bus routes serving College Station. For a possible day trip by car, Houston is less than 1 hour 40 minutes away, and Austin approximately 1 hour 50 minutes.