Plan Your Visit
Whether you're coming for a Texas A&M University sporting event, to visit a student, attend a conference, or even if you’re a local resident, the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum is a must see in the Bryan-College Station area. Be part of history!
Before Your Visit
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The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum is located on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas. Our physical address is: 1000 George Bush Drive West, College Station, TX 77845.
For an interactive campus map, please go to aggiemap.tamu.edu.
Easterwood Airport services the Bryan-College Station area and is located just minutes from the library and museum. For information about air travel and rental cars, please go to easterwoodairport.com.
Parking is free for museum visitors in Lot 41 in front of the museum. RV and bus parking is available. For information about parking and road closures for gamedays and special events, please go to transport.tamu.edu.
Museum Hours and Admission
Monday - Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.
Please note: Last ticket sold daily at 4:45 p.m.
The museum is closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year's Day.
|Senior Citizens (62 and up)||$7.00|
|Retired Military (with ID)||$7.00|
|Children (5 and under)||FREE|
|Texas A&M University and Blinn College Students (with ID)||FREE|
|Other college students (with ID)||$3.00|
|Active-duty military and up to 5 family members (with ID)||FREE|
|Group Rate (20 or more people)||$6.00|
Museum admission includes free personal photography throughout the museum and an audio wand (subject to availability). Listen to the audio tour on our mobile website at bushlibrary.mobi.
Feeling Presidential? Enjoy a picture in the replica Oval Office. A professional Oval Office picture in a photo sleeve is available for purchase from the front desk.
All prices are subject to change without notice.
The Bush Library and Museum is a Federal facility and weapons are not allowed in the building. All visitors entering the library and museum must pass through a security check with a metal detector. All bags will be x-rayed and possibly searched by security staff. Any weapons will be confiscated by security staff.
This includes ALL guns, ALL knives, to include locking and non-locking blades, pocket knives of any length, or any other multipurpose tools, stun-guns, and any other items considered as less-than lethal weapons.
What Will I See at the Museum?
The core exhibit space tells the story of the life and times of George H.W. Bush, 41st President of the United States. Family-friendly and educational exhibits guide visitors through an interactive tour of the museum. View replicas of President Bush's Camp David Office and White House Press Room, and receive a briefing on the Gulf War in the Situation Room. View an online museum tour.
The Ansary Gallery of American History features temporary exhibits that rotate throughout the year. Find out what will be on exhibit during your visit.
Listen to the audio tour on your mobile phone. Go to bushlibrary.mobi to hear the tour and get other information about the library and museum.
Free WiFi is available throughout the library and museum.
The George Bush Presidential Library is pleased to provide complimentary wheelchairs to our guests who require assistance viewing our exhibits. Please inquire at the front desk when purchasing your ticket.
The Bush Library and Museum hosts a number of annual events, special events, issues forums and education programs, generally offered for free to the public. Below is a list of upcoming events for the next few months; or view the full list of upcoming events.
- [03-27-2014] Issues Forum: Dr. Bill Bryant
- [04-12-2014] 2014 College Station Easter Celebration
- [05-01-2014] Education Program: "Adventures of Peter Rabbit and Friends"
- [05-01-2014] Education Program: "Musical Storytelling, Growing Up to Become President Bush: Character Counts!"
- [05-15-2014] Education Program: "El Vaquero, Cowboy of America West" by Angel Vigil
The Bush Library and Museum's archives contain more than 44 million pages of official records and personal papers, more than 2 million photographs and thousands of hours of video and audio recordings. Find out more about conducting research.
Please Contact Us for more information. Our main phone number is (979) 691-4000.
Visit the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation to find out how you can support the Bush Library and Museum.
Order a gift or souvenir from the Museum Store.