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Life in the Brazos Valley

The Brazos Valley boasts an amazing quality of life, both with small town charms and big city feels. Our Life in the Brazos Valley series is spotlighting the many things you can experience when your work day here ends.
 
Check out our video features, then learn more about why you should live in the Brazos Valley.
 
New videos will be added regularly.
 

Aggie Ring Day

Each April, Texas A&M University students receive their Aggie Rings, one of the most treasured symbols of the institution. More than 60,000 Aggies attend A&M to earn valuable degrees...and the ring.
 

George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum

The Bush Library is home to the story, archives and artifacts of the 41st President of the United States. His fondness of the community's spirit, service to others and patriotism drew him to locate his library on the campus of Texas A&M University.
 

Restaurants and Dining Options

Whatever your tastebuds desire, the Brazos Valley has an eatery for you. From fine dining to casual comfort, there are a wide range of restaurants to set the mood you want. Texas is known for its barbeque and tex-mex, but any cuisine you are craving, we have it.
 

Santa's Wonderland

Each winter, the holiday season comes alive at Santa's Wonderland: A Texas Christmas Experience. The biggest Christmas attraction in the State of Texas has brightened the lives of hundreds of thousands of visitors, and it gets bigger every year.
 

Volunteerism

Serving others and giving back. They are central tenets to living in the Brazos Valley. Companies and their employees have the chance to serve and give in a variety of ways through a variety of non-profits, including the Aggieland Humane Society and the Brazos Valley Food Bank.
 

 
We also invite you to check out our Made in the Brazos Valley and Be in the Brazos Valley videos.