- List of Exhibits
- Brazos Spring Mural
- Carter Creek Nature Trail
- Cotton Farming in the Brazos Valley
- Discovery Room
- Flying Reptiles of the Frithiof Fossil Collection
- Frithiof Fossil Collection
- Grass Roots: African Origins of an American Art
- Ice Age Mammals
- Native American Stone Tools
- Ranching and Chuck Wagon Display
- Texas: Vanishing Habitats and Species
- The Mary Terrell
- The Republic of Texas
- Past Exhibits
- Astronomy’s New Messengers
- Educator's Showcase
- Educator's Showcase 2011
- Educator Showcase
- El Camino Real de los Tejas
- Enduring Transformation: The Kazakh People in a Changing World
- Farm Life: A Century of Change for Farm Families and Their Neighbors
- From Earth to the Universe
- Getting to the Core: The JOIDES Resolution
- Lee and Grant
- Legacy - The Astin Family
- Lone Star Lizards
- Neches Journeys: Land River and People
- Rarámuri: Runners of the Sierra Madre
- Texas Writers and J. Frank Dobie: Texan Legend
- The Bison: American Icon
- The Brogdon Hotei
- The CADDO: Traditions and Heritage
- The Shogun Age in Japan
- Two Views of Indigenous Bolivia
- VANISHED: German-American Civilian Internment in Texas, 1941-48
- Wild Land: Thomas Cole and the Birth of the American Landscape Painting
- Wrapped in Pride: Ghanaian Kente and African American Identity
- Getting Involved
- Events and News
Adult Education Programs
The Museum provides various adult education opportunities throughout the year.
Rio Brazos Audubon Society Monthly Meetings
Rio Brazos Audubon Society (RBAS) serves the Brazos Valley of Texas, promoting enjoyment of birds and other wildlife in their natural environment. A chapter of the National Audubon Society, we invite you to participate in our scheduled field trips and activities to explore and encourage wilderness and natural beauty in our environment.
The RBAS meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Brazos Valley Museum of Natural History.
To join or find out more about the Rio Brazos Audubon Society, please see our website http://riobrazosaudubon.org.
- January 2012: Watching Wildlife in India
- November 2011: Winter Bird Talk and Walk
- September 2011: The Parrot Trade in Peru
Texas Master Naturalist Meetings
The Texas Master Naturalist program develops local teams of “master volunteers” to provide educational and outreach services aimed at the improved management of natural resources and natural areas within their communities. The Texas Master Naturalist program is a partnership between the Texas Cooperative Extension Service, Texas Parks and Wildlife, and other local partners. There are a number of Texas Master Naturalist chapters, including the Brazos Valley Area Chapter located in Bryan/College Station.
Brown Bag Lunch for Adults
Come enjoy your lunch while learning about the Earth!
Human Values and the Ecosystem
This new brown bag lunch course for adults examines the relationship between biological realities of life on Earth and our human impact. It will be taught by Dr. Lynn Lamoreux, a retired Texas A&M scientist, whose background is in ecology and genetics. The Bare Bones Ecology Energy Workbook will be included in the price of the course.
Read more about the Brown Bag Lunch for Adults.